The Royal Regiment might refer to
- The Royal Regiment of Artillery
- The Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery
- The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
- The Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery
- The Royal Regiment of Canada
- The Royal Australian Regiment
- The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
- The Royal Regiment of Wales
- The Royal Regiment of Scotland
- The Royal Scots
- The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment
- The Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire)
- The King's Royal Regiment of New York
- The Royal 22e Régiment
- The Régiment Royal
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... Beach), some of the LCAs transporting The Royal Regiment of Canada mistook for their guide boat another similar craft ... "Down ramp!" and urged the troops of the Royal Regiment of Canada and the Royal Canadian Artillery onto the beach ... The Royal Regiment were trapped against the impenetrable seawall ...
... the participation of the forerunners of the regiments in the Battle of Minden on that date in 1759 ... head dress, and, in the case of the infantry regiments, the decoration of the regimental colours with garlands of roses ... This recalls that the regiments wore wild roses at the battle that they had plucked from the hedgerows as they advanced to engage the enemy ...
... the Lark (Quick) Men of Harlech (Slow) The Royal Regiment of Scotland – Scotland the Brave (Quick) Royal Regiment of Scotland Slow March (Slow) The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal ...
... would be organised as large single cap badge regiments of two or more battalions ... "small/large" option of 2 (3 in the case of the Queen's Division) regiments, each of 2 or 3 battalions ... The "large/large" option of one regiment of 4 or more battalions ...
Famous quotes containing the words royal regiment, regiment and/or royal:
“An Englishman, methinks,not to speak of other European nations,habitually regards himself merely as a constituent part of the English nation; he is a member of the royal regiment of Englishmen, and is proud of his company, as he has reason to be proud of it. But an Americanone who has made tolerable use of his opportunitiescares, comparatively, little about such things, and is advantageously nearer to the primitive and the ultimate condition of man in these respects.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“We had an inspection today of the brigade. The Twenty-third was pronounced the crack regiment in appearance, ... [but] I could see only six to ten in a company of the old men. They all smiled as I rode by. But as I passed away I couldnt help dropping a few natural tears. I felt as I did when I saw them mustered in at Camp Chase.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“a highly respectable gondolier,
Who promised the Royal babe to rear
And teach him the trade of a timoneer
With his own beloved brattling.”
—Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (18361911)