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WW1 British Uniform – WW1, WWI, WORLD WAR ONE, GREAT WAR, UNIFORMS, EQUIPMENT AND GEAR, BRITISH ARMY.

WW1 British Uniform – Welcome to Ujna Universal’s page for World War One ( ww1, wwI) British uniforms, equipment and gear, ww1, wwi, world war one, great war, uniforms, equipment & gear, british army. Over the last 8 years these uniforms have been perfected for use by re-enactors, museums, collectors and also for the theatre. Please press links to see pictures while viewing this page. The British army world war one (ww1,wwi) page was last updated 8 years back. We are now updating the page to bring you better prices and better equipments from the British army world war one (ww1,wwi) era. We have also added 15 new products to our British army world war one (ww1,wwi) collection. Prices of old articles from the British army world war one (ww1,wwi) era have been slashed by up to 10%.WW1 British Uniform.
The British Army world war one (ww1, wwI) uniform pattern 1902-1907 service dress (SD) OR’s uniform tunic or jacket is a loose fitting garment with a turned down or “rolled” collar ( we offer this jacket in both round and tailored collar), rifle patches on the shoulders, patch pockets on the breast and side pockets let into the skirts below the waist. The 1902 pattern British SD tunic comes with plain removable shoulder straps while the British 1907 pattern ww1 SD tunic comes with sewn down cloth shoulder straps. This is the pattern that most wwI British army troops went to battle in. The lining is in strips of white cotton and all facings are of the same drab serge as the jacket (pocket facings and front button hole facings). A field-dressing pocket is sewn to the interior right front skirt and the front is closed with 5 large buttons. The tunics come without the buttons. The British ww 1 SD tunics are fitted with ample room to allow for wearing the shirt and cardigan sweater underneath. The neck hole is gathered by two pleats (darts) and each side of the collar in front and the armholes where the sleeve attaches has a reinforcing felling stitch around the armhole. The tunic/jacket (click link for pictures) in either 1902 or 1907 pattern is individually priced at US$ 99 (UK Pounds 64, Euro 83) delivered anywhere in the world. The price includes custom tailoring as per size chart. Please e-mail for size chart of go to the size chart link on this website to download a size chart. Please contact me for group orders, you can save substantially on shipping if you place orders in bulk for your group. You can also save substantially when ordering an entire uniform, please see details below, WW1 British Uniform.

The British army world war one (ww1,wwi) uniform pattern 1902-1907 service dress (SD) OR’s uniform tunic or jacket is now available at more than 10% discount. We at Ujna Universal have made over 500 British army world war one (ww1,wwi) uniform pattern 1902-1907 service dress (SD) OR’s uniform tunic or jackets which have been shipped to over 29 countries and used for many movies, documentaries, theatre, operas. British army world war one (ww1,wwi) uniform pattern 1902-1907 service dress (SD) OR’s uniform tunic or jacket is now available in a special fabric prepared for us specially by the Amritsar woolen mills – a fabric that is even more authentic than our previous batch. WW1 British Uniform. WW1 British Uniform.

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The British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) pattern 1907 service dress (SD) uniform trouser is made in the same fabric as the tunic.  It is fitted loose and straight legged and rides high on the waist and is held up by trouser braces.  It is lined at the waistband and at the croth with white cotton duck.  The waistband is is fitted with 12 buttons for the trouser braces.  The buttons are white metal zinc and pockets are let into the side seams of the trousers.   The trousers are individually priced at US$ 65 (UK Pounds 42,  Euro 55) delivered anywhere in the world,  includes custom tailoring as per size chart.  Again,  you can save substantially on group orders or if you order a complete set of uniform.  Please see details below. The British army ww1 (wwi, world war one) pattern 1907 service dress (SD) uniform trouser is now available at more than 10% discount.  Over 500 pairs of the British army ww1 (wwi, world war one) pattern 1907 service dress (SD) uniform trouser have been supplied and this available in brand new more authentic finish.

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The British Army ww1 (wwI,  world war one) pattern 1907 puttees or wool leg wrappings are nine feet in length with two-foot cotton tape at the end.  They are Priced at US$ 16/pair delivered anywhere in the world.
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The British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) Gray (grey) wool “greyback” (grayback) collarless undershirt worn by the soldiers of the ww1 (wwI, world war one) British army in the original correct grey wool fabric is individually priced at US$ 45 (UK Pounds 29 Euro 38) delivered anywhere in the world in any size. Please provide your chest size and height when placing your order. The British army world war one (ww1,wwi) grey (gray) wool greyback collarless shirt has been shipped to over 1000 customers in more than 29 countries. The British army world war one (ww1,wwi) grey (gray) wool greyback collarless shirt is now available to you at a discount of 10%, WW1 British Uniform.

Again please see full uniform order details for a bargain.

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BEST  BUY:   ONE SET OF BRITISH  ARMY 1907/1902 PATTERN WW1 (WWI, WORLD WAR ONE) UNIFORM,  CONSISTING OF 1 TUNIC,  1 TROUSER, 1 PUTTEES, AND 1 GREYBACK (grayback) SHIRT,  INCLUDING CUSTOM TAILORING,  DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD :  US$ 175 (UK Pounds 101,  Euro 147).

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The British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) SD Cap  is US$ 30 ( UK Pounds 15,  Euro 26)if ordered with the uniform,  otherwise US$ 45 ( UK Pounds 23,  Euro 37) if ordered singly. The British army world war one (ww1,wwi) Service dress cap now comes with a hand embroidered cap badge free of charge.

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British Army ww1 (wwI,  world war one) pattern 1907 Braces  are white,  non-elastic and long enough to fit any size,  they are good for ww2 re-enaction also.   They have leather attachments for buttons.  Price US$ 10 ( UK Pounds 5,  Euro 8) individually and if ordered with best buy complete uniform.  Otherwise US$ 16 (UK Pounds 8,  Euro 14) delivered anywhere in the world.

British Army ww1 (wwI,  world war one)  Greatcoats/Overcoats in heavy khaki wool  are US$ 155 ( UK Pounds 77,  Euro 130) individually,  custom tailored,  delivered anywhere in the world.  These are made in thick overcoat wool of the correct weight and weave.

British Army ww1 (wwI,  world war one)  Ammunition boots (Ammo boots)  in black pebble grain leather with or without toecap with leather soles are US$ 74 (UK Pounds 38,  Euro 60) delivered anywhere in the world in any size from 6-13 US.  Please mention British,  European or US dress shoe size while placing orders.  Half shoe sizes and wides also done. 

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British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) riding breeches or Jodhpurs  are made in correct khaki color wool for the period and were used by the British army cavalry units from 1870 – 1920.   Breeches with leather patching on the inside thigh are US$ 84 ( UK Pounds 42,  Euro 71) and breeches without the leather re-inforcing are US$ 74 ( UK Pounds 37,  Euro 62) including custom tailoring delivered anywhere in the world, WW1 British Uniform.

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British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) Officer’s uniform consisting of tunic and breeches in the correct color wool with rare exact lace on the cuffs is US$ 175 (UK Pounds 101  Euro 149) for the set including custom tailoring and delivery anywhere in the world.  The cap is US$ 30 ( UK Pounds 15,  Euro 26)if ordered with the uniform,  otherwise US$ 45 ( UK Pounds 23,  Euro 37) if ordered singly. The British army world war one (ww1,wwi) officers uniform is now available to you at more than 10% discount.  The British army world war one (ww1,wwi) officers uniform is now available in a better Breathe fabric.  More than 1000 sets of the British army world war one (ww1,wwi) officers uniform have been made and dispatched  to over 29 countries.

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British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) pattern Scottish OR’s Service Dress Cutaway Jacket in the same fabric as OR’s SD tunic is US$ 83 (UK Pounds 42,  Euro 65) delivered anywhere in the world,  including custom tailoring.     The Scottish officer’s cutaway tunic  is also available in the correct cuff lace at US$ 110 (UK Pounds 55,Euro 92) custom tailored and door delivered anywhere in the world, WW1 British Uniform.

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British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) trench caps the soft version of the SD cap with leather chin strap is available at US$ 20 (UK Pounds 10,  Euro 16) if ordered with a uniform,  if ordered singly the SD cap will cost US$ 29 (UK Pounds 15,  Euro 24) delivered anywhere in the world by airmail.  All sizes are available, WW1 British Uniform.

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British Army ww1 (wwI,  world war 1) Tam O’Shanter was assigned to all the Highland divisions and were worn by all the Scottish troops.  These TOS are made in the correct Khaki wool serge and are priced at US$ 20 (UK Pounds 10,  Euro 16) if ordered with a uniform,  if ordered singly the Tam O’Shanter will cost US$ 29 (UK Pounds 15,  Euro 24) delivered anywhere in the world by airmail.  All sizes are available.

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British Army ww1 (wwI,  world war 1) leather chin strap for OR’s Service Dress Cap US$ 3.00 (UK Pound 1.50, Euro 2.50) if ordered with a uniform or US$ 4.00 (UK Pounds 2.00,  Euro 3.50) if ordered alone,  including airmail post anywhere in the world, WW1 British Uniform.

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British Army ww1 (wwI, world war 1) P’08 webbing (P08,P-08, pattern 1908 webbing) or a set of 1908 British infantry webbing equipment as the common webbing equipment worn by all British and Commonwealth infantrymen, during the Great War was called is a set of interlocking webbing straps and pouches . Our webbing is replicated from the yarn onwards.  We do not dye webbing,  we dye the yarn and then actually make the webbing from this yarn on web looms which were actually used to make webbing.  The results are obvious.  Every metal article has been carefully replicated by making a pressure die,  not a casting die which is normally used.  The basic set of equipment consisted of a 3 inch wide waist belt, with two angled 2 inch buckles at the rear. To these buckles the shoulder straps attach. These shoulder straps are 2 inches wide, and go over the shoulder and then buckle to the left and right hand ammo pouches, at the front of the belt. The left and right hand ammunition pouches consisted of five individual pockets, three underneath and two above, the shoulder strap is buckled to the top of the set and passed behind and underneath, there is a diagonal 1″ strap leading to the rear, this is to secure the lower portion of the pack. When the rifle ammo pouches are not worn, these shoulder straps can be attached to a pair of brace attachments, or simply looped about the belt. A haversack is supplied that can be worn in a variety of positions, and methods. In this example it is worn hanging below the waist belt, but it can be also worn in the middle of the back, the lower 1 inch buckles, fixed to two 1 inch diagonal straps coming from the ammo pouches or the ‘brace’ attachments. An entrenching tool carrier, and water bottle carrier are also worn at or below the waist. The entrenching tool is a two piece device and the handle of which is carried strapped to the bayonet scabbard, and attached to the bayonet frog. This piece is call the ‘helve carrier‘ or ‘helve attachment’ and is probably one of the most difficult pieces to locate today. A large pack was also carried and this was almost universally carried only on the back. Two long 1 inch straps were required to be used when fitting the large pack, these are known as the valise straps. The mess tin was carried where convenient, usually in the haversack.

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  1. Cross Straps -braces or shoulder straps : US$ 29/pc ( UK Pounds 15,  Euro 25) invidually in size Medium,  Large and Extra large. Delivered.
  2. Waist belt : US$ 30/pc (UK Pounds 16,  Euro 26) individually in medium,  large and extra large. Delivered.
  3. Left and Right ammo (ammunition) pouches (pre 1916 pattern) : US$ 80 (UK Pounds 40,  Euro 68) delivered anywhere in the world.
  4. Bayonet Frog and Entrenching Tool Helve Carrier (Holder) : US$ 35 (UK Pounds 18,  Euro 30) delivered anywhere in the world.
  5. Entrenching Tool (Etool) Carrier : US$ 30 /pc (UK Pounds 16, Euro 26) delivered anywhere in the world.
  6. Water Bottle carrier : US$ 30/pc (UK Pounds 16,  Euro 26) delivered anywhere in the world.
  7. Small Pack: US$ 25/pc (UK Pounds 13,  Euro 21) delivered anywhere in the world.
  8. Entrenching tool and helve(handle) : US$ 20 (UK Pounds 10,  Euro 17) delivered anywhere in the world.  Not included in best buy scheme and must be purchased separately.

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BEST BUY:  Entire P’08 (P08, P-08) webbing set available at US$ 175 (UK Pounds 101, Euro 147) , excluding Entrenching tool and helve, delivered anywhere in the world.

British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) officer Sam Browne Belts in black/brown (please specify while ordering) leather consisting of belts,  shoulder straps and holster are available at US$ 110 (UK Pounds 55,  Euro 93) delivered anywhere in the world.  Holsters are good for large frame revolvers like Colt New Service or the Webley.  Ammunition Pouch and and Sword Frog available separately.

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British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) badges,  insignia and chevrons are custom embroidered at our factory.  Please contact for individual and group orders for best prices anywhere in the world, WW1 British Uniform.

Trench Mortarman US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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Bomber US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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Lewis Gunner (Gaurds) US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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Lewis Gunner
US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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Scout (RB)
US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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Vickers or Mortar US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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Division Champion Rifle Team US$ 10.00/pc (UK Pounds 6,  Euro 8) delivered via airmail.

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Padded Pips (pair) US$ 8.00/pc (UK Pounds 4,  Euro 7) delivered via airmail.

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Lance Corporal Chevrons (pair) US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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Corporal Chevrons (pair) US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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Sargeant Chevrons (pair) US$ 5.00/pc (UK Pounds 3,  Euro 4) delivered via airmail.

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British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) Mills web waist belt: This is not an equipment belt, but was designed by the Mills company to be worn as a waist belt. It could be worn by soldiers when walking out, so the soldier was not required to pull apart the complete set of pattern 1908 web equipment to merely wear the 3” wide belt. This narrow belt has a similar appearance to the shoulder straps of the pattern 1908 web equipment. Although the edges of the belt are beaded. The buckle is the same, as the 2” brass buckles from the shoulder straps, and is attached to the belt by passing the belt through the central pillar of the buckle and sewing the end of the belt back to itself. The other end of the belt has a metal end, and a sliding brass loop. On this end there is a strip of light canvas or web. This piece of material is about 9 inches long and ½” wide. It is sewn to the belt at both ends, it runs in the centre, inside, part of the belt, and keeps the brass loop from sliding off the belt, but allows it to slide up and down the belt for that distance. This brass loop is merely to help secure the trailing end of the belt after it has gone through the buckle. This belt could be worn under the tunic, to help hold the trousers or breeches, although no belt loops were on the issue breaches.   Price US$ 30 (UK Pounds 15, Euro 25) delivered anywhere in the world.

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British Army ww1 (wwI, world war one) Pith Helmets (Topi or Solar hats):  Actually the Wolsley Pattern pith helmet was worn from 1890 to 1945.  Available in all sizes.  Price US$ 42 (UK Pounds 21,  Euro 36) delivered anywhere in the world, WW1 British Uniform.

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IMPORTANT:  IF YOU ARE ORDERING MORE THAN ONE ARTICLE YOU CAN BE SURE THAT YOU CAN SAVE ON SHIPPING.  E-MAIL ME AT : sanjaysuri17665@gmail.com or sanjaysuri65@rediffmail.com  FOR THE BEST DEAL.  IF YOU ORDER FOR YOUR ENTIRE GROUP YOU CAN SAVE EVEN MORE.

IF YOU CAN’T FIND YOUR ARTICLE HERE,  WRITE TO ME.  WE WILL BE HAPPY TO MAKE IT FOR YOU IF YOU CAN PROVIDE A SAMPLE.  THIS IS SPECIALLY TRUE OF METAL BADGES , INSIGNIA AND BUTTONS.  WHILE ORDERING BRASS OR METAL BADGES, INSIGNIA OR BUTTONS – PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THESE ARE MADE ON EXPENSIVE PRESSURE DIES.  PLEASE DON’T ASK ME TO MAKE ONE PIECE 🙂 .

WE ARE EXPERTS AT LEATHER ARTICLES SO PLEASE SEND IN YOUR LEATHER ARTICLES FOR REPLICATION – IF YOU SEND ME A PIECE OF GEAR OR ARTICLE WE HAVEN’T ALREADY MADE,  WE WILL BE HAPPY TO DO A REPLICATION FOR YOUR PERSONAL USE – FREE OF CHARGE,  AS LONG AS WE ARE ALLOWED TO MAKE PATTERNS AND MAKE IT AVAILABLE TO OTHER REENACTORS.

Our wwI (ww1, world war one) uniforms,  equipment,  gear, webbing,  shoes and boots, caps,  badges,  patches,  insignia, chevrons etc have been replicated to exact specifications prevalent during the great war and are a favourite among re-enactors.  Although our Great War uniforms and equipment are museum quality replications we have priced them for use by living history groups, re-enactors and collectors.  The following Great war (ww1, wwI,  world war one) army,  reenaction and living history units use our uniforms and gear,  and we have regularly supplied the following militaria dealers with our Great war (ww1, wwI,  world war one) uniforms,  equipment, webbing, shoes & boots, peak & side caps, badges, patches,  insignia chevrons etc:

Re-enactors will find our prices at least 25% lower than any other militaria dealer anywhere in the world and our prices include custom tailoring!  That means you will get comfortable and proper fitting uniforms every time.  We do not charge extra for uniforms for re-enactors who are broad built or tall, WW1 British Uniform.

As a re-enactor,  hobbyist,  living history enthusiast or a collector,  if you cannot find your British Great war (ww1,  wwI,  world war one) article on this page,  please send us your sample and we will replicate it for you down to the smallest detail.  We also manufacture British Army Highland regiments kilts and other equipment like sporrans,  sashes,  banners,  flags,  hose, doublets, belts,  insignia,  badges,  buckles etc.  For Kilts you will need to send us the fabric but all other articles are manufactured in house, WW1 British Uniform. Please see our section on Scottish,  Highland and Pipe Band uniforms,  doublets and accoutrements.

We also supply Great War (world war one, ww1,  wwI)  British uniforms,  costumes,  gear and props for theatre,  film,  movies,  plays,  documentary films,  ballets,  stage productions and museum’s living history reenactions.  Please see our page dedicated to this for more details,  our list of clients,  and custom designing of uniforms,  costumes,  props and gear for theatre,  film,  movies,  plays,  documentary films,  ballets,  stage productions and museum living history reenaction, WW1 British Uniform.

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We also sell our products to our through the  following quality British Army uniforms and equipment vendors:

The Quartermaster

Motion Picture Props

EG FRAMES MILITARIA UK

Grants Militaria

Great War Militaria

What Price Glory

We thank the following museums for their advice and help with military history and in recreating various articles on the page:

The Western Front Museum

The Royal Regiment of Wales Museum

And the last,  but by no means the least,  I would like to thank Mr.Ron Turfitt of USA,  member of the Geat War Association for initially providing samples,  guidance,  constructive criticism,  introduction to members of the Great War Society of reenactors,  and motivation to develop an entire range of uniforms ,  gear and equipment which can be used by reenactors the world over, WW1 British Uniform.

 

You can find uniforms,  equipment,  gear and accoutrments of the following British army units at other places on this website.  Please note – a major revamp of the website is taking place and if you can’t find the unit mentioned below – please write me an e-mail.

CAVALRY

Life Guards

Blues and Royals

Royal Horse Artillery

1st The Queens Dragoon Guards

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards

4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards

5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards

The Queen’s Own Hussars

The Queen’s Royal Irish Hussars

9th/12th Royal Lancers

The Royal Hussars

13th/18th Royal Hussars

14th/20th King’s Hussars

15th/19th The King’s Royal Hussars

16th/5th The Queen’s Royal Lancers

17th/21st Lancers

Royal Tank Regiment

Royal Armoured Corps

The Royal Dragoon Guards

The Queens Royal Hussars

The Kings Royal Hussars

The Queens Royal Lancers

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Royal Regiment of Artillery

Corps of Royal Engineers

Royal Corps of Signals

INFANTRY

Grenadier Guards

Coldstream Guards

Scots Guards

Irish Guards

Welsh Guards

The Royal Scots

The Royal Highland Fusiliers

The King’s Own Scottish Borderers

The Black Watch

The Queen’s Own Highlanders

The Gordon Highlanders

The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

The Queen’s Regiment

The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

The Royal Anglian Regiment

The King’s Own Royal Border Regiment

The King’s Regiment

The Prince of Wales’s Own Regiment of Yorkshire

The Green Howards

The Royal Irish Rangers

The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment

The Duke of Wellington’s Regiment

The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment

The Cheshire Regiment

The Royal Welch Fusiliers

The Royal Regiment of Wales

The Gloucestershire Regiment

The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment

The Royal Hampshire Regiment

The Staffordshire Regiment

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Royal Regiment

The Light Infantry

The Royal Green Jackets

The Parachute Regiment

Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment

The Royal Irish Regiment

Royal Gloucestershire Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment

The Highlanders

The Royal Gurkha Rifles

CORPS 2

The Special Air Service Regiment

The Army Air Corps

Royal Army Chaplains Department

Royal Corps of Transport

Royal Army Medical Corps

Royal Army Ordnance Corps

Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Royal Military Police

Royal Army Pay Corps

Royal Army Veterinary Corps

Small Arms School Corps

Military Provost Staff Corps

Royal Army Education Corps

Royal Army Dental Corps

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Intelligence Corps

Army Physical Training Corps

Army Catering Corps

Army Legal Corps

Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps

Women’s Royal Army Corps

Royal Logistic Corps

Adjutant General’s Corps

Royal Marines

Royal Air Force

The Royal Dragoon Guards    The Queens Royal Hussars    The Kings Royal Hussars    The Queens Royal Lancers    Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment   The Royal Irish Regiment    Royal Gloucestershire Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment, WW1 British Uniform.    The Highlanders   The Royal Gurkha Rifles   Royal Logistic Corps    Adjutant General’s Corps

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We would like to thank members of the following units for their patronage:

6th Battalion Black Watch (USA)

6th Buffs Regiment (USA)

7th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles (USA)

10th Essex (UK)

17th Lancers Duke of Cambridge’s Own (USA)

Royal Engineers (USA) (GWA)

Khaki Chums (UK)

Gloucestershire Regiment (USA)

Great War Society (UK)

Great War Society Irish Company (UK)

Irish Guards (USA)