Regimental Headdress and the Royal Corps of Signals

British regiments have a lot of history, and that shows in each regiment’s regimental headdress. The History Guy talks about caps in the British Army, and recalls the forgotten history of the 100-year-old Royal Corps of Signals.

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  1. You mentioned the Sam Browne belt; there’s a topic for you. Is it the belt itself, the type of buckle, or the crossbelt? Law enforcement officers refer to their utility belt as a “Sam Browne”, but few agencies now include the cross belt originally used to support the officer’s sword frog (usually on the left) rather than the firearm (usually on the right).

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