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The Staffordshire Regiment

The Staffordshire Regiment (Prince of Wales') (or simply "Staffords" for short) was an infantry regiment of the British Army, part of the Prince of Wales Division. The regiment was formed in 1959 by the amalgamation of The South Staffordshire Regiment and The North Staffordshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's). The Staffords can trace their history back to 1705 when a regiment known as the 38th Foot was raised at Lichfield by Colonel Luke Lillington

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NICHOLAS II & GEORGE V, 1909. Tsar Nicholas II of Russia (left) with the Prince of Wales Featured Related Images Image

NICHOLAS II & GEORGE V, 1909. Tsar Nicholas II of Russia (left) with the Prince of Wales

NICHOLAS II & GEORGE V, 1909.
Tsar Nicholas II of Russia (left) with the Prince of Wales (future King George V of England) at Barton Manor on the Isle of Wight, England. Photograph, August 1909

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Pictorial History of England and Wales Featured Related Images Image

Pictorial History of England and Wales

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This folded map (890mm x 1000mm) pictorially illustrates the history of England and Wales. With historical locations and events illustrated pictorially in the form of charming cartoon vignettes, the map is surrounded by the armorial crests of England and Wales. The map was drawn by Leslie Bullock and first published in 1839 with subsequent revisions through until 1971 by Collins Bartholomew as a fold-up map. This popular map from its time has now been re-digitized and republished in association with the Collins Bartholomew Archive using the latest printing technology. The print media used is 90 gsm "Progeo" paper which was specially developed as a map paper. It has high opacity to help reduce show through and a cross grain giving it greater durability to as the map is being folded

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