18th century British reenactor, Tutbury Castle.
Royal Army Medical Corps men. One Sergeant and two Class One Tradesmen (with worsted rings on the lower right sleeves). The shoulder title could possibly be that of the Territorial RAMC East Anglian.Photo taken in the garden of amateur photographer Alfred Dupire at 45, Rue d’Amiens, Warloy-Baillon. ca.1917Colour by Doug of DBColour
The first contingent of 1st Life Guards ready to leave Knightsbridge Barracks for France, 15 August 1914.
BEF during the evacuation at Dunkirk, June 1940
Brand new clothing and kit, Lancashire Fusiliers ready to go to war.
A E Kingsland of the Colonial Light Horse regiment, Boer War
An unknown soldier of the British West Indies regiment, photographed at Vignacourt, France. The unit was formed from volunteers from British colonies in the West Indies and had more than 15,000 soldiers in its ranks
British stretcher bearers, during the 2nd Anglo Boer War.
P1855 “Lancaster” Bayonet.
Patrick Campbell To Miss Nellie Palmer With Xmas Greetings from Egypt’.
A member of the British West Indies Regiment poses for a studio
portrait. The 1st & 2nd Battalions served in Egypt & Palestine from
Dec 6 1918 British West Indies Regiment a unit of the British Army during the First World War, formed from volunteers from British colonies in the West Indies starts a mutiny in Taranto, Italy. The violent mutiny against appalling and racist treatment, though heavily repressed, many later returned home to the West Indies and joined worker and anti-colonial unrest