Regiments

Some articles on regiments, regiment:

Gothic Hilted British Infantry Swords (1822, 1827, 1845, 1854 And 1892 Patterns) - Steel Hilted Swords
... In 1827, officers of the Rifle Regiments (considered somewhat of an elite) were authorised to carry their own variation of the sword ... The pattern is still current for the Light Infantry Regiments ... In 1854, the regiments of the Foot Guards were also required to carry a steel hilted sword ...
Rajarajan - Military Organisation
... A number of regiments are mentioned in the Tanjore inscriptions and it is evident that Rajaraja gave his army its due share in the glory derived from his extensive conquests ... That these regiments should have been called after the king or his son is indicative of the attachment the Chola king bore towards his army ... these royal names were pre-fixed to the designations of these regiments after they had distinguished themselves in some engagement or other ...
First New Jersey Brigade - Beginnings and Early Service
... when New Jersey was directed by the Federal government to fill a quota of three infantry regiments to serve a three-year term of enlistment ... Recruitment took place for the new regiments all over the state, and on May 21, 1861, the 1st New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was mustered into the Union Army at Camp Olden in Trenton, New Jersey, under Maj. 28, 1861, the three newly created three-year regiments began the journey to Virginia, where in June they were joined with a brigade of three-month enlistment New Jersey Militia regiments to form a division commanded ...
British Use in Chronological Order - Highland Fencibles
... The Scottish Highlands supplied fencible regiments for most of the second half of the 18th century ... The first regiment was raised was the Argyle Fencibles in 1759 and the last was the MacLeod Fencibles in 1779 ... In all over 20 regiments were created, although they were not all in existence at the same time ...
First New Jersey Brigade - Regiments
... Second New Jersey Infantry Service in brigade June 1861–May 21, 96 ... killed or died of wounds and 69 died of disease or accidents Third New Jersey Infantry Service in brigade June 1861–June 3, 157 ... killed or died of wounds and 81 died of disease or accidents. ...