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A brief history of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps, 1755 to 1915.

Hutton, E. T. H. Sir

A brief history of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps, 1755 to 1915.

by Hutton, E. T. H. Sir

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Published by Warren and son, ltd.] in [Winchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. -- Army -- Infantry -- Kings Royal Rifle Corps

  • Edition Notes

    StatementComp. and ed. by Lieutenant-General Sir Edward Hutton.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA652.K6 H82
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. ., 84 p.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23375309M
    LC Control Number17031304

      He was in 7Bn Kings Royal Rifle Corps and was mortally wounded on Thursday, J He died in hospital in Boulogne on Thursday, September 2, , aged He had join up in April, , and had only been at the front for days when he was wounded. A letter written by his sister while he was in hospital suggests he hadn't even seen a German. A Brief History of the King’s Royal Rifle Corps Home» A Brief History of the King’s Royal Rifle Corps Click on image to enlarge Mouse over the image to zoom in Softcover £ Hardcover £ Qty.

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    KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS. 14 battalions / 2 names. 1st Battalion. 99th Brigade / 2nd Division. names. 2nd Battalion. 2nd Brigade / 1st Division. names. 7th Battalion. 41st Brigade / 14th (Light) Division. names. 8th Battalion. 41st Brigade / 14th (Light) Division. names. 9th Battalion. 42nd Brigade / 14th (Light. One of the most famous regiments, founded in , they were one of the first to adopt uniforms, pioneers of mounted infantry The King's Royal Rifle Corps book is a brilliant read. The book is in good condition with normal wear and some shelf-life discolouration however all pages intact and text, images are all in perfect order. Pages. 1st.


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A Brief History of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, Compiled and edited by Sir Edward Hutton. (Second edition.). [Edward Thomas Henry HUTTON, Sir K.C.B.; Great Britain.

Army. Infantry. Regiments. King's Royal Rifle Corps.]. Full text of "A brief history of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps, to " See other 1755 to 1915. book. A Brief History of The King's Royal Rifle Corps, to (and a second edition to ) 84 pp. Winchester: Warren and Son Ltd.

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Lieutenant Harry Noel Leslie Renton. 9 th (Service) Battalion, The King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Harry Noel Leslie Renton, who served as a platoon commander with “C” Company of the 9 th (Service) Battalion, The King’s Royal Rifle Corps, was aged 20 when he was killed near Hooge on 30 July The son of James Henry and Louise Renton, who lived at Aspley Guise in Bedfordshire.

Following the Napoleonic Wars in the Regiment was awarded the new title of The Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps when His Royal Highness Frederick, Duke of York became colonel (and later Commander-in-Chief) until his death in This was changed to the King's Royal Rifle Corps (KRRC.

A brief history of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, to Books The King's Royal Rifle Corps the 60th Rifles a brief history: from Royal Americans to Royal Green Jackets. A regimental history compiled in by a captain in the Kings Royal Rifle Corps, states that, in NovemberParliament voted the sum of £81, for the purpose of raising a regiment of four battalions, each one thousand strong, for service in British North ment approved "An Act to enable His Majesty to grant commissions to a certain number of foreign Protestants, who.

As part of the Cardwell Reforms ofthe King's Royal Rifle Corps acquired five militia battalions. The Huntingdonshire Militia (Rifles) became 5th Bn., KRRC. With the Haldane Reforms ofall but two of these militia battalions were disbanded but 5th Bn survived and was converted to a Reserve Battalion, though its official title was still 5th Battalion (Huntingdon Militia) KRRC.

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After Braddock's defeat inroyal approval for a new regiment, as well as funds, were granted by parliament just before Christmas – hence the regiment's traditional. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS, TO (Author) HUTTON, EDWARD (Author) Warren (printers) (Publisher) Production date Place made winchester Dimensions.

whole: Dimensions: 23cm., Pagination: 84p., 4 fold. leaves of plates maps. Catalogue number LBY The King's Royal Rifle Corps was an infantry rifle regiment of the British Army that was originally raised in British North America as the Royal American Regiment. Published by Published by The Royal Green Jackets, The Broadway, Winchester, Hampshire 23 October.

The Kings Royal Rifle Corps, or the 2nd Battalion the Royal Green Jackets as they are now known, had a long and proud fighting tradition that they would exchange with no other regiment in the British Army.

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