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Images Dated 1st June 2020

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Military Staff and Aides-de-Camp in Queen Victoria's Featured 1 Jun 2020 Image

Military Staff and Aides-de-Camp in Queen Victoria's

Military Staff and Aides-de-Camp in Queen Victoria's coronation parade. Equerry of the Crown Stable, Sir George Augustus Quentin, Queen's Gentleman Rider, Deputy Adjutant General, Deputy Quartermaster General, Deputy Adjutant General Royal Artillery, Quartermaster General, Military Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief, Adjutant General. Handcoloured aquatint engraving from Fores Correct Representation of the State Procession on the Occasion of the August Ceremony of Her Majesty's Coronation, June 28th 1838, published by Fores, Sporting and Fine Print Repository, Piccadilly, London, 1838

© Florilegius

11th Carriage of the Royal Household in Queen Victoria's Featured 1 Jun 2020 Image

11th Carriage of the Royal Household in Queen Victoria's

11th Carriage of the Royal Household in Queen Victoria's coronation parade. Two Bedchamber Ladies, Anne Caulfeild, Countess of Charlemont, and Lady Flora Hastings, Marchioness of Tavistock; Two Lords in Waiting, Arthur James Plunkett, Earl of Fingall, and Thomas Taylour, Marquis of Headfort. Attended by liveried grooms and valets, drawn by six bay horses. Handcoloured aquatint engraving from Fores Correct Representation of the State Procession on the Occasion of the August Ceremony of Her Majesty's Coronation, June 28th 1838, published by Fores, Sporting and Fine Print Repository, Piccadilly, London, 1838

© Florilegius

Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice Featured 1 Jun 2020 Image

Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice

The final German attempt to break through to the Channel ports, known as the Fourth Battle of Ypres, had initial success, and on 13 April 1918 the 2nd Worcesters were pushed back to the small village of Nieuwkerke, where they made a stand in the area of the Mairie. That evening the Germans entered the village and poured machine gun fire onto the defenders. Captain Crowe, the adjutant, realising that their position was becoming untenable, set off with a handful of volunteers to silence the guns. First they crawled and then charged, the fleeing Germans. However, further enemy re-inforcments arrived and, for silencing the guns and for allowing a controlled withdrawal of the Worcesters in later fighting, Captain Crowe was awarded the VC. Date: 2011

© Holts Battlefield Collection / Mary Evans