Cap Badge 21st Lancers Cavalry

both lugs intact

€ 15,00

The regiment was moved to Dublin in 1899, and served in Ireland for several years. In 1912 it was again posted to India. The 21st Lancers did not see service on the Western Front during the First World War, being the only regular cavalry regiment of the British Army to spend the duration of the war in India. The regiment did however see action on the North-West Frontier during 1915–16, with one trooper, Charles Hull, receiving the Victoria Cross.[7] A single squadron made up of reservists served in France in 1916–17, attached to XIV Corps.

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