Roll of Honour

“They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old, age shall not weary them or the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the mornings, we shall remember them”.  

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THE CORPS OF DRUMS
THE CORPS OF DRUMS

“The Drums”, as the Corps of Drums are affectionately and usually known, have a unique and honoured place in Battalion life. The Drums lead the Battalion on parade and so only the very highest standards are acceptable from the Drum...

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REGIMENTAL MARCHES
REGIMENTAL MARCHES

REGIMENTAL MARCHES It would appear that prior to 1881 there were no real Regimental Marches, as we know them today. Regiments marched past to a tune, which was popular with the Commanding Officer or with the men; written by the Music Master or...

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Honours and Awards
Honours and Awards

HONOURS AND AWARDS BESTOWED BY THE CROWN ON MEMBERS OF THE 1st EAST ANGLIAN REGIMENT AND THE 1st BATTALION THE ROYAL ANGLIAN REGIMENT Owing to the various amalgamations and mergers which have taken place since the formation of the East Anglian...

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The Regimental Colours
The Regimental Colours

THE REGIMENTAL COLOURS BATTLE HONOURS The Regiment inherited from the former Regiments a total of 299 Battle Honours. Of these the following are emblazoned on the Colours: Namur, 1695″, “Blenheim”, Ramilies”...

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REGIMENTAL DRESS
REGIMENTAL DRESS

The Cap Badge. The cap badge of the Royal Anglian Regiment embodies the eight-pointed star formerly worn by the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment with the Castle of Gibraltar. The Castle was worn by the Suffolk Regiment, the...

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