SECTION 11


UNIFORMS

Before we start, we should pay tribute to all the brilliant military artists who have captured, in art, our Regiment`s uniforms over the centuries. Only this, have made such a study possible. A very big thanks to :

RICHARD TRIMMEN - PATRICK DRISCOLL - RICHARD SIMKIN

WILLIAM WOLLEN - JACK CHALLENOR - ORLANDO NORRIE

JOHN McNEIL - CHARLES STADDEN - MIKE CHAPPELL

....and many others. We are forever indebted.


FOR STARTERS !

A MIX OF UNIFORMS OF THE 35th REGIMENT, OVER THE YEARS.

by the late, Charles Stadden


A LITTLE FINER ?

1700` s -The Grenadier or Heavy Company

 


 OTHER RANKS (Riflemen)

1700`` s........The Line or Battalion Company.


 RIFLEMEN (SKIRMISHERS)

1700´  s- The Light company.


1700`  s OFFICERS


1800`  s  ALL RANKS


1800`  s - Officers


Dress Regulations 1802 - All Ranks by Charles Stadden


1900`  s - All Ranks


The FIRST WORLD WAR 1914 - 1918


FIGHTING ORDER for Officer``  s  1914-1918

(Soon after 1914, the sword as a fighting weapon was discarded as cumbersome & almost useless

by most Officers & seldom worn in battle.)


WORLD WAR ONE 1914-1918 - All RANKS


WORLD WAR TWO 1939-1945 - OR` s


POST WORLD WAR TWO - UNTILL TODAY


DRUMMERS (All eras)


UNIFORM ARTEFACTS

Hats, Caps & Helmets - Belts & Webbing - Uniforms Tunics - Ties - Accessories