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Discovering British Regimental Traditions

New Full Color Edition (Discovering)

by I. F. W. Beckett

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Shire Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Regiments,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Military - General,
  • History,
  • Military

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10756733M
    ISBN 100747806624
    ISBN 109780747806622
    OCLC/WorldCa85690570


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Discovering British regimental traditions. Summary: The British Army's history can be charted through its regimental traditions. Ian Beckett describes the emergence of a royal army under Charles II and its development during the 18th century, the formation of militias and the changing function of cavalry.

Here is a book that charts the history of the British Army by using one of its most distinctive aspects-its regimental traditions.

It describes the emergence of a royal army under Charles II and its expansion during the 18th century, the formation of its militia, the yeomanry and the Territorials, the distinction of the Household Cavalry and the Guards Division, and the.

Here is a volume that charts the history of the British Army by using one of its most distinctive aspects, its regimental traditions. It describes the emergence of a royal army under Charles II and its expansion during the eighteenth century, the formation of the militia, the yeomanry and the Territorials and more.

Well illustrated, many in color. discovering british regimental traditions IAN BECKETT Book Number: Product format: Paperback Constantly in print sinceand here in a revised edition including many colour illustrations, is a book that charts the history of the British Army by using one of its most distinctive aspects - its regimental traditions.

Discovering British regimental traditions / Ian F.W. Beckett Beckett, I. (Ian Frederick William) Published by Princes Risborough: Shire (). Discovering British Regimental Traditions. Note - This is a used item which has been donated to the BMSGH for us to resell.

Book is as new. Ian F W Beckett Paperback, Shire,pages For more information about this item, please contact us using the "Contact Us" details at the bottom of this screen. Here is a book that charts the history of the British Army by using one of its most distinctive aspects - its regimental traditions.

It describes the emergence of a royal army under Charles II and its expansion during the eighteenth century, the formation of its militia, the yeomanry and the Territorials, the distinction of the Household Cavalry and the Guards Division, and the /5(3).

This book charts the history of the British Army by using one of its most distinctive aspects - its regimental traditions. It describes the emergence of a royal army under Charles II and its expansion during the eighteenth century, the formation of its militia, the yeomanry and the Territorials, the distinction of the Household Cavalry and the Guards Division, and the /5(3).

Charts the history of the British Army by using one of its most distinctive aspects - its regimental traditions. This work describes the emergence of a royal army under Charles II and its expansion during the eighteenth century, the formation of its militia, the yeomanry and the Territorials, the distinction of the Household Cavalry and more.

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It describes the emergence of a royal army under Charles II and its expansion during the eighteenth century, the formation of its militia, the yeomanry and the Territorials, the distinction of the Household Cavalry and the Guards Division, and the.

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The lover of military tradition will be able to trace the development of the dress of the British soldier over the years. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Regimental nicknames and traditions of the British army by,Gale & Polden edition, - 5th ed., enl. and rev. The book 'Regimental Nicknames and Traditions of the British Army' attributed to Field-Marshal His Majesty the King (King George V) records that the regiment was 'also known as '"The Peacemakers" from the ferocity with which it was wont to attack the enemy, who were generally glad to quickly make peace.'.

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