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  1. The 2nd Regiment of Life Guards was a cavalry regiment in the British Army, part of the Household Cavalry. It was formed in 1788 by the union of the 2nd Troop of Horse Guards and 2nd Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards. In 1922, it was amalgamated with the 1st Life Guards to form the Life Guards . Contents 1 History 2 Battle Honours 3 See also

  2. They might be famous for standing guard outside Buckingham Palace in their red tunics, but British Army Guards are also fully trained combat soldiers who deploy on operations abroad. Join them and you'll take part in everything from peacekeeping and disaster relief to armed conflict.

  3. 02/02/2012 · Life Guards..... By 17/7/45 the Household Cavalry Regiment comprised personnel of the Life Guards and was disbanded to reconstitute the Life Guards. 1945.07: Germany: Goslar: 6 Guards Brigade. 1945: Germany: Northampton Barracks, Wolfenbuttel.. Mar 46: Berlin: Kladow Barracks.. June 46: Germany: Luneberg. 1946.07

  4. The King’s Life Guard is conducted by soldiers of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment at Horse Guards. Horse Guards is named after the troops who have mounted The King’s Life Guard here since the Restoration of King Charles II in 1660.

  5. Address: Ward Barracks, Bulford Camp, SP4 9NY Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment Address: Hyde Park barracks, Knightsbridge, London, SW7 1SE Contact: 0207 41 42501 See HCMR at Holkham Beach List of Equipment in addition to AJAX General Purpose Machine Gun L115A3 Long Range 'Sniper' Rifle Guided Weapons L129A1 Sharpshooter Rifle

  6. Ein Soldat der Blues und Royals während seiner Wachtätigkeit in Whitehall Blues and Royals ( deutsch Die Blauen und die Königlichen) ist der Name eines Garde kavallerieregiments der britischen Armee, das der Haustruppendivision ( Household Division) angehört. Zusammen mit den Life Guards bilden die Blues and Royals die Household Cavalry .

  7. Die Grenadier Guards wurden im Jahre 1656 in Brügge von Karl II. gegründet. Zuerst wurden sie „First Guards“ genannt, später dann „The First or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards“. Diesen Namen bekamen sie nach der Schlacht von Waterloo 1815 verliehen, als sie die Grenadiere der Kaiserlichen Garde Napoleons besiegten.