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Old 16-04-22, 07:34 PM
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Thanks Jerry ,Kevin

So we have changes in Cap badges and cloth titles , what about regimental flags of the era before and upto 1945.

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Old 16-05-22, 12:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Postwarden View Post
The answer to the question is in the records of the Army Clothing Factory in this entry dated 8/4/1916.

Titles, Embroidered SD The following titles now embroidered, curved on a No 2 size patch 2” deep, will in future be made in a straight line on the No 3 size patch 1 ¼ inches deep.

Essex, Hants, Kings, Devon, Cork, Welsh, Wilts, W York, E York, York.

Jon are those records accessible online?
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