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Choose from 24 pictures in our Buffs collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Recruitment Poster - British Military 1900
Recruitment Poster - British Military 1900
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The Royal East Kent Regiment - Corporal
The Royal East Kent Regiment - Corporal
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Map - Spain and Portugal, 1807-1814
Map - Spain and Portugal, 1807-1814
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WW1 - German discus grenade, 1914 (c)-1918. With metal tag
WW1 - German discus grenade, 1914 (c)-1918. With metal tag
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Uniform of Officer and Sergeant of the Seaforth Highlanders (Rosshire Buffs, Duke
Uniform of Officer and Sergeant of the Seaforth Highlanders (Rosshire Buffs, Duke
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Bomb party using cigarettes to light fuses, WWI
Bomb party using cigarettes to light fuses, WWI
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WW1 - the detonation of mine
WW1 - the detonation of mine
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The Lake Frontier of Canada and the United States
The Lake Frontier of Canada and the United States
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Crocodiles of a Squadron, 141st Regt, R.A.C. (The Buffs)
Crocodiles of a Squadron, 141st Regt, R.A.C. (The Buffs)
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British soldiers with casualty - WW1
British soldiers with casualty - WW1
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Portrait of Lord Chelmsford
Portrait of Lord Chelmsford
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The Buffs - Prince George and King Frederick of Denmark
The Buffs - Prince George and King Frederick of Denmark
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Crocodiles of a Squadron, 141st Regt, R.A.C. (The Buffs) Featured Image

Crocodiles of a Squadron, 141st Regt, R.A.C. (The Buffs)

Photograph: Crocodiles of a Squadron, 141st Regt, R. A. C. (The Buffs) Supporting the 1st Rifle Brigade in the Attack on St Joost, 21st January 1945. Associated with World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945). A Churchill Crocodile flame-thrower tank burns an enemy position during the liberation of the Dutch town of St. Joost. A modified Churchill infantry tank, the Crocodile carried flame fuel in a towed trailer. Its weapon had an effective range of 100 yards. Crocodiles were usually employed in small detachments against strongly dug-in enemy infantry. Date: 1945

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Military Award - Medal - Decoration
Military Award - Medal - Decoration
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NWFP - The Buffs East Kent Regiment at Bilot
NWFP - The Buffs East Kent Regiment at Bilot
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The Oldest British Regiment? The East Kent
The Oldest British Regiment? The East Kent
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A Short History of the Buffs - Royal East Kent Regiment
A Short History of the Buffs - Royal East Kent Regiment
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Black wooden stick with ivory snooker ball top
Black wooden stick with ivory snooker ball top
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Silk Regimental Badges
Silk Regimental Badges
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Colours of the 6th (Morayshire) Battalion, Seaforth Highland
Colours of the 6th (Morayshire) Battalion, Seaforth Highland
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The Summer Manoeuvres. Route Marching- Fall in!
The Summer Manoeuvres. Route Marching- Fall in!
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Seaforth Sergeant
Seaforth Sergeant
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Recruitment poster - British Military
Recruitment poster - British Military
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Military Badge
Military Badge
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Victory Day Parade
Victory Day Parade
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NWFP - The Buffs East Kent Regiment at Bilot Featured Image

NWFP - The Buffs East Kent Regiment at Bilot

NWFP - 1st Bn, East Kent Regiment ( The Buffs) - section under Lance Corporal James Smith VC under heavy fire at the village of Bilot in the Mamund Valley, India (now Pakistan) on 16th September, 1897 (Mohmand Campaign). Smith, who was twice severely wounded, continued to command his section and only lay down when he received a direct order to do so, and even then continued to fire on the enemy. It was the decided opinion of the officers present that it was only the gallantry of these thirteen men of the Buffs, the sappers and miners, that saved the whole party from complete annihilation and the British guns from capture. Date: 1897

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection