VICTORIAN Generic Queen Victoria Crown Glengarry Backing Plate Cap Badge Centre

 VICTORIAN Generic Queen Victoria Crown Glengarry Backing Plate Cap Badge Centre
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£36.99
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Guaranteed original. Complete & intact. This is an original VICTORIAN Generic Queen Victoria Crown Glenagarry Plate Cap Badge Centre for sale. In good condition. Please see our other items for more original WW1, WW2 & post war British military cap badges for sale including other VICTORIAN Generic Queen Victoria Crown Glengarry Plate Cap Badge Centre.


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The British army during the Victorian era, in addition to battling the armies of other European Empires (and of its former colonies, the United States, in the American War of 1812), in the battle for global supremacy, the British Army fought the Chinese in the First and Second Opium Wars, and the Boxer Rebellion, Maori tribes in the first of the New Zealand Wars, Nawab Shiraj-ud-Daula's forces and British East India Company mutineers in the Sepoy Rebellion of 1857, the Boers in the First and Second Boer Wars, Irish Fenians in Canada during the Fenian raids and Irish separatists in the Anglo-Irish War. The vastly increasing demands of imperial expansion, and the inadequacies and inefficiencies of the underfunded, post-Napoleonic Wars British Army, and of the Militia, Yeomanry, and Volunteer Force, led to the Cardwell and Childers Reforms of the late 19th century, which gave the British Army its modern shape, and redefined its regimental system. The Haldane Reforms of 1907 formally created the Territorial Force as the Army's volunteer reserve component by merging and reorganising the Volunteer Force, Militia, and Yeomanry.

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