Royal Tournament

Royal Tournament

The Royal Tournament was the world's largest military tattoo and pageant, held by the British Armed Forces annually between 1880 and 1999. The venue was originally the Royal Agricultural Hall and latterly the Earls Court Exhibition Centre. In its later years it also acted as a fundraising event for leading forces charities, such as The Royal British Legion.

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Royal Tournament - Reasons Behind The New BMT
... Ministry of Defence to stage the British Military Tournament ( at Earls Court arena, London, in sole aid of the ... Whilst using many of the military assets of the former Royal Tournament (which ended in 1999), the British Military Tournament is a completely new show ... The name British Military Tournament derives from the original title of the former Royal Tournament The Grand Military Tournament ...
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... In 2008, the Windsor Castle Royal Tattoo was launched, and held in the private grounds of Windsor Castle by permission of HM The Queen ... The event's proceeds went to the Royal British Legion to help support recently returned troops from battle ... Another well-known Tattoo was the Royal Tournament which was held annually in London from 1880 to 1999 ...

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