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1st Royal New South Wales Lancers
... The 1st Royal New South Wales Lancers was an Australian Army light cavalry (reconnaissance) regiment ... Its complicated lineage includes the New South Wales Lancers which were first formed as a colonial unit in 1885, and subsequently saw action in the ... The Lancers were reformed after the war in 1948 as a reserve formation in the Citizens Military Forces known as the 1st Armoured Regiment (Royal New South Wales Lancers) ...
1st Royal New South Wales Lancers - History - Post-war Era
... adopting the designation of the 1st Armoured Regiment (Royal New South Wales Lancers), in recognition of its previous history ... to operate Matilda tanks and was based at Lancer Barracks in Parramatta, in New South Wales ... However, in 1949 the regiment was renamed the 1st Royal New South Wales Lancers and its battle honours and history were perpetuated by this unit, in order to ...
Military History Of Australia - Colonial Era - Second Boer War, 1899–1902
... British encroachment into areas of South Africa already settled by the Afrikaner Boers and the competition for resources and land that developed between them as a result, led to the Second Boer War in ... with two squadrons each of 125 men from New South Wales and Victoria, and one each from the other colonies ... The first troops arrived three weeks later, with the New South Wales Lancers—who had been training in England before the war, hurriedly diverted to South ...
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... States Hound Group Group 04 (Hounds) Hound Scenthound Boerboel South Africa FSS (Miscellaneous) Bohemian Shepherd Czech Republic Bolognese Italy Group 09 Section 01 #19 ... Group Group 3 (Gun dogs Group 1 - Sporting Gun dog Gundogs Gun Dog Welsh Corgi, Cardigan Wales Group 01 Section 01 #038 Herding Group Group 5 (Working ...

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