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PostSubject: colonial volunteers   Thu Dec 01, 2011 2:55 pm

Hello

Who knows how many there were NCO's (lance corporal, corporal, lance sergeant, sergeant, staff sergeant ,ect...) of buglers and trumpeter at Isandhlwana in the:
- British mounted infantry
- Natal Mounted Police
- Natal Carbineers
- Newcastle Mounted Rifles
- Buffalo Border Guards
- Sikali's Horse, 3 Troops
- Horse Edentale
- Horse Hlubi
Their rank chevrons were the same as in the infantry and color identical?
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PostSubject: Colonial Volunteers   Fri Dec 02, 2011 9:51 pm

Hi Pascal.
Sorry to say I cant find any information dealing with the Rank Chevrons of the Colonial forces compared to the Imperial forces.
I can give you details of the British rank chevrons if that is of any help . This information is in ' British Forces In Zululand 1879 '
by Ian Knight and Colour Plates by Richard Scollins .
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PostSubject: Rank chevrons on the uniforms of the colonial cavalry.   Sat Dec 03, 2011 7:39 am

Hi 90th

Yes I possed this book and such as the Transvaal Volunteers had the same ranking system as the 24 th Foot (not the impérial cavalry !?) it seems...Whites chevrons on the right sleeve only...

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PostSubject: Re: colonial volunteers   Fri Aug 09, 2013 9:58 am

And chevrons grades for NCO's, of the NNH, NNC and NNPC or get the informations ?
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