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Intro
Top: The Colours of the 1st Bn The Queen's Royal Regiment 1847 - 1947.
The Third or Colonels Colour in the centre has the cipher of King Charles II and Queen Catherine.
Left: The Colours of the 1st Bn the East Surrey Regiment 1903 -1959.
Right: The Colours of the 2nd Bn the East Surrey Regiment 1867 - 1945.
Bottom: The Colours of the 1st Bn the Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment 1959 - 1974.

Foreward

The Colours of The Second or Queen’s Royal Regiment


Introduction

Tangier 1661 – 1684

The Reign of King James II

The Reign of Queen Anne

The Early Hanoverian Period 1714 to 1768

1772 – 1806

The Peninsular War Colours and the Period to 1847

The Hundred Year Colours

The 1st Battalion 1947-1959

Painting, Colour Party The Queen's Royal Regiment 29th September 1945

The 2nd Battalion 1857-1948

The Third Colour

Service Battalions

Colours of the Territorial Battalions

The 4th Battalion

The 5th Battalion

The 22nd London Regiment (The Queen’s); later 6th (Bermondsey) Battalion

The 24th London Regiment (The Queen’s); later 7th (Southwark) Battalion

Colours of the 24th (County of London) Battalion (The Queens)

Colours of The East Surrey Regiment
(And its forebears the 31st and 70th of Foot)


Thirty-First Regiment (1st Battalion), 1788-1802

Thirty-First Regiment (1st Battalion) 1802-1825

Thirty-First Regiment (2nd Battalion) 1805-1814

Thirty-First Regiment 1827-1848

Thirty-First Regiment 1848-1864

Thirty-First Regiment 1864-1881 and 1st Battalion The East Surrey Regiment
(31st Foot), 1881-1903

1st Battalion The East Surrey Regiment (31st Foot) 1903-1959

Seventieth Regiment, 1831 to 1845

Seventieth Regiment 1848-1867

The Seventieth Regiment 1867-1881 and 2nd Battalion the East Surrey Regiment
(70th Foot), 1881-1945

2nd Battalion The East Surrey Regiment (70th Foot) 1945- 1948
(held by the 1st Battalion (31st and 70th), 1948-1959)

Battle Honours of the World Wars

Territorial Battalions

Service Battalions of the Great War: King’s Colours, 1919 - 1920

Volunteer Colours - The Bridge House Mark

The Colours of The Royal Surrey Regiments of Militia


Introduction

The Onslows and the Regiment

1st Royal Surrey Militia Colours

2nd Royal Surrey Militia Colours

3rd Royal Surrey Militia

The Colours of The Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment
1959 - 1967


1st Battalion The Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment.

3rd and 4th Battalions The Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment (TA)

Colours of The Queen’s Regiment 1974 To 1993

The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment


The Colours of The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Whereabouts of Colours


Galleries of Additional Pictures

The Queen’s Royal Regiment

The Colours in All Saints Church, Kingston-upon-Thame

Thirty First Huntingdonshire Regiment and 1st Battalion The East Surrey Regiment

Seventieth Regiment and 2nd East Surreys

The East Surrey Regiment

The Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment

The Queen’s Regiment

Volunteer Corps

Historical Note on the use of Colours

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