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The Regiment parades as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Andrew Duke of York attend the amalgamation parade of The Queen's Royal Lancers and 9th/12th lancers (Prince of Wales's) at Richmond Castle on May 2, 2015 in Richmond, England. The Queen took the Royal Salute in the historic castle grounds before inspecting and addressing the parade of the newly formed The Royal Lancers before the Regiment marched past the saluting dias.

The Regiment parades as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Andrew Duke of York attend the amalgamation parade of The Queen's Royal Lancers and 9th/12th lancers (Prince of Wales's) at Richmond Castle on May 2, 2015 in Richmond, England. The Queen took the Royal Salute in the historic castle grounds before inspecting and addressing the parade of the newly formed The Royal Lancers before the Regiment marched past the saluting dias.

12th (Prince of Wales's) Royal Lancers Trooper's Full Dress Tunic

12th (Prince of Wales's) Royal Lancers Trooper's Full Dress Tunic

Lincoln’s Highlanders-Scots in the Civil War 16 June 1862, the Charleston Mercury reported, ‘It was left to the brave 79th Highlanders, to test the virtue of unadulterated cold steel on our Southern nerves. Thank God, Lincoln had only one 79th regiment.’ In fact, the Union Army possessed several predominantly Scottish regiments. Approximately 600,000 Scots migrated to the United States between 1851 and 1861, bringing with them a rich military tradition. Militia companies of S

Lincoln’s Highlanders-Scots in the Civil War 16 June 1862, the Charleston Mercury reported, ‘It was left to the brave 79th Highlanders, to test the virtue of unadulterated cold steel on our Southern nerves. Thank God, Lincoln had only one 79th regiment.’ In fact, the Union Army possessed several predominantly Scottish regiments. Approximately 600,000 Scots migrated to the United States between 1851 and 1861, bringing with them a rich military tradition. Militia companies of S

Lieutenant-Colonel George James Mouat MacDowell, CB, 16th (The Queen’s) Regiment of Light Dragoons (Lancers) by Edwin Long

Lieutenant-Colonel George James Mouat MacDowell, CB, 16th (The Queen’s) Regiment of Light Dragoons (Lancers) by Edwin Long

Trooper Ben Coulting of the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards fired the first British shot of WW1 on 22 August 1914.

Trooper Ben Coulting of the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards fired the first British shot of WW1 on 22 August 1914.

16th / 5th Queen's Royal Lancers in Ferret scout cars operating with the United Nations in Cyprus, 1986: amalgamated with 17th/21st Lancers after the Cold War, they are now part of the Queen's Royal Lancers.

16th / 5th Queen's Royal Lancers in Ferret scout cars operating with the United Nations in Cyprus, 1986: amalgamated with 17th/21st Lancers after the Cold War, they are now part of the Queen's Royal Lancers.

Alix Baker Postcard - AB32/4 Tercentenary 1702-2002 Sergeant, Light Company, 33rd (Duke of Wellington's) Regiment The Alma 1854

Alix Baker Postcard - AB32/4 Tercentenary 1702-2002 Sergeant, Light Company, 33rd (Duke of Wellington's) Regiment The Alma 1854

9th / 12th Royal Lancers in Afghanistan, 2010 - not dissimilar to 9th Lancers 1942 photo nearby. Cavalry Regiments are family Regiments - some of the surnames will have been the same.

9th / 12th Royal Lancers in Afghanistan, 2010 - not dissimilar to 9th Lancers 1942 photo nearby. Cavalry Regiments are family Regiments - some of the surnames will have been the same.

16th (The Queen's Lancers), Inspecting Officer's Orderly in parade dress

16th (The Queen's Lancers), Inspecting Officer's Orderly in parade dress

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