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Old 15-03-23, 09:25 PM
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I understand that from the end of World War I, Yeomanry Regiments started to wear shoulder titles without the T, showing just Y above the regiment.

Was this true for other territorial force units when the TF was re-designated as the TA?

JT's thread shows a photograph of a T | 18 | London ST being worn post 1923 and I am sure any changes to badges would take time to work their way through the system and meet with resentment (viz

Using the London Regiment as an example, did they (and/or other TA units) just wear number and LONDON?

(I have seen 6 SUFFOLK but wonder if this was broken or deliberately taken off.)

Responses appreciated

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