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PostSubject: British Regiments in the Zulu War   Thu Apr 08, 2010 5:46 pm

hi, List of British Regiments used in The Zulu War
Kings Dragoon Guards (1st)
Duke of Cambridge Own Lancers (17th)
East Kent (3rd)
Kings own Regiment (4th)
1st Somersetshire (13th)
Royal North British Fusiliers (21st)
2nd Warwickshire (24th)
West Middlesex (57th)
Rutlandshire (58th)
Kings Royal Rifle Corps (60th)
Staffordshire Volunteers (80th)
The Connaught Rangers (88th)
Perthshire Volunteers (90th)
Argyllshire Highlanders (91st)
The Scotch Brigade (94th)
Duke of Edinburgh's Lanarkshire (99th)
Commisarriat and Transport Dept
Army Service Corps
Army Hospital Staff
Army Hospital Corps
Ordinance Store Branch and Corps
Royal Engineers
Royal Regiment of Artillery
Gereral HQ Staff
Army Chaplains Dept

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