A historic checklist of all of the foot refiments of the British Army.1.Numbered regiments of foot with relative kingdom titles.2.The regiments of foot3.What grew to become of the regiments of foot4.Irish regiments disbanded in 1922Перечень пехотных полков Британской армии с краткой исторической справкой по созданию, составу, истории и участию в боевых действиях.
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The former white facings worn by the Regiment were probably the source of their other nickname. It was customary for the regimental band of the 17th Foot to play 'Wolfe's Lament' just before the playing of the National Anthem ; officers of the 17th, like those of the 15th, 31st, and 47th Regiments, wore a black line in the lace of their full-dress uniform, as a sign of permanent mourning for Gen. Wolfe. It is sad to record the disbanding of this famous Regiment in 1970; the 'Tigers' are one of many illustrious regiments that have disappeared in the upheavals attending the reorganisation of our modern army.
The men first recruited were drawn chiefly from the Cameronian Sect, who were followers of the young Scottish religious reformer, Richard Cameron. Cameron led a small but zealous group of Presbyterians (called Covenanters) whose object was to combat religious intolerance and to preserve the Presbyterian Church in Scotland. Recruits to the Regiment were always issued with a Bible as a tribute to the memory of the Regiment's religious origin. Even in modern times their religious services were traditionally held out-of-doors, and armed picquets were posted to give the 'all-clear' before the service began.
Dettingen was the Regiment's first association with James Wolfe who, at sixteen years of age, was acting Adjutant to Col Scipio Duroure's regiment. Wolfe was a Major with the 20th at Culloden, and remained with them until 1757 - a total of nine years. Two years later the 20th Regiment of Foot fought at Minden with outstanding skill and bravery. On this occasion the Regiment was commanded by Col Kingsley, a brilliant leader who won great renown for the Regiment and for himself at this battle. 'Kingsley's Stand' became one of the Regiment's nicknames.
Regiments of Foot by H.L.Wickes