Discussion in 'Infantry' started by Queensman, May 16, 2008.

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  1. Happy Albuhera Day to all Arrsers, and especially to those in The PWRR, and all her forebear Regiments.
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  2. Ord_Sgt

    Ord_Sgt RIP

    Well at least explain what it is for those of us who have no idea :)
  3. oldbaldy

    oldbaldy LE Moderator Good Egg (charities)
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    You said it :D :D
  4. Trans-sane

    Trans-sane LE Book Reviewer

    I always wondered where that quote came from. Well done to the taffs for stopping Soult getting too ambitious and putting him in his place.
  5. Still got my Queens Regt SD hanging in the cupboard - can't bear to part with it! I'll be raising a glass tonight.
  6. ahh you might know my 2i/c. Was a NCO in queens
  7. Happy Albuhera Day, to ex Queens & current PWRR!! :)

    A few drinks we be this end tonight.

    “To the Immortal Memory”.

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  8. ‘Die hard 57th, die hard’.
  9. 3rd Bn Queens Regt, 18 years ago today lost a fine SNCO.

    Sgt Chaz Chapman, didn't know him, but the stories I've been told by his daughter who loved him will ensure his memory will stand the rigours of time.

    Don't like RIP type posts but this one's sincere.
  10. Albuhera day was always a good excuse for a sports day/battalion piss up in 2 Queens.

    I'll raise a glass tonight with fond memories!

    Die hard 57th and Steady the Buffs!

    :D :D :D :D :D

  11. aaah - The PWRR is not Welsh. They have Wales in the name and the Welsh Dragon in the cap badge (actually the Tudor Dragon inherited from the Buffs) but they are formed from the Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey), The Buffs (East Kent) Regiment, the East Surrey Regiment, The Royal West Kent Regiment, The Middlesex Regiment, The Royal Sussex Regiment and the Royal Hampshires.

    They might have the occasional taff serving with them though.
  12. I can report that the '8th Battalion' celebrated in style! An excellent turn out with 38 on parade. A very good lunch was had in the Infantry Mess after the silent toast to the Immortal Memory, before which was given an interesting account of the battle by a rather verbose ex-Fusilier!......

    Stand Fast the 31st! You've saved the day!

    Happy days.......
  13. OldSnowy

    OldSnowy LE Moderator Book Reviewer

    I'll be raising a glass tonight -

    To The Immortal Memory.

    Now, not long of course until the Glorious First :)
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