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The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards


Photographs taken by kind permission of the Regimental Museum of the Green Howards, Richmond, North Yorkshire in April 2003. For more details see Regimental Museums

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The uniform of an officer in the 19th foot during the Crimea, 1854-56.
The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards, Richmond, North Yorkshire. April 2003.

A rare surviving example of an infantry soldier's uniform, marching order, from the time of the Crimean War from the 19th foot (The Green Howards)
The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards, Richmond, North Yorkshire. April 2003.

A Jibbah (Patched smock) and sword captured from the warriors of the Mahdi in the Sudan after the Battle of Ginnis, 30 Dec 1885. Also shown is the type of helmet worn by the British soldiers at the time.
The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards, Richmond, North Yorkshire. April 2003.

The saddle and bridle of Boer General Piet Cronje, surrendered after the Battle of Paardeberg to the Alexandra, Princess of Wales' Yorkshire Regiment (The Green Howards), Feb 1900.
The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards, Richmond, North Yorkshire. April 2003.

A pair of light dragoon flintlock pistols dated around 1790.
The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards, Richmond, North Yorkshire. April 2003.

A Jacket and tri-corn cap including wig from the 1740's. Also shown on the right is a grenadier's headdress from the 1760's.
The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards, Richmond, North Yorkshire. April 2003.

A Uniform jacket from the militia battalion of the 19th foot from the later 1800's.
The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards, Richmond, North Yorkshire. April 2003.