Combat Stress and 18th regiment flag 1775-1783

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Combat Stress and 18th regiment flag 1775-1783

Post by nevermore » Fri Sep 26, 2014 8:55 am

Combat Stress and 18th regiment flag 1775-1783

We are pleased to announce our first donation generated from the sale of our Victorian Steel rules and Wars of the Roses flag sheets has been sent off to Henry Hyde's Combat Stress appeal .We raised £100 so far

Thank you one and all for your support

Dave Tuck & Malcolm Johnston

British 18th foot Regiment Colours N.America 1775-1783

The 18th Regiment of Foot arrived in Philadelphia in July of 1767.
In May of 1768, the regiment was sent west to replace the 34th Foot
in garrison at Fort Pitt. The 18th Foot continued to garrison the frontier
of the 'Illinois Country' until the outbreak of the American Revolution.
The regiment took part in the fighting at Lexington and Concord on
April 19, 1775, and at the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775.
In July of 1776, the men of the 18th Foot were drafted into
other regiments while the officers returned to England.
The 18th Regiment of Foot was reformed at Dover Castle in 1777.

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