Behind Enemy Lines in 1914 – The Fate of A Squadron, 11th Hussars.

On the morning of the 26 August 1914, the retreat from Mons was in full swing, with widespread confusion sweeping through British troops. The men of the 11th Hussars (Prince Albert’s Own), had now found themselves as rear guard for the retiring British Expeditionary Force (BEF) at the Battle of Le Cateau. The events thatContinue reading “Behind Enemy Lines in 1914 – The Fate of A Squadron, 11th Hussars.”

HorsePower, The Museum of The King’s Royal Hussars

I have always loved visiting military museums, and I would like to share some of the amazing collections that can be found within regimental museums all over the UK. For my first Regimental Museum post, I will be sharing the fantastic cavalry collection held by HorsePower, The Museum of The King’s Royal Hussars in Winchester,Continue reading “HorsePower, The Museum of The King’s Royal Hussars”