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The Grenadier Guards

The Grenadier Guards. The badge of the Grenadier Guards

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The Grenadier Guards

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The badge of the Grenadier Guards.

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Sergeant Major, Grenadier Guards.

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A boy

soldier of

the

Grenadier

Guards.

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Drum Major, Grenadier Guards.

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Bugler, Grenadier Guards.

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Side drummer, Grenadier Guards.

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Bass Drummer, Grenadier Guards.

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The Grenadier Guards outside Buckingham Palace.

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The Grenadier Guards – ‘Changing The Guard’ at Buckingham Palace.

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The Grenadier Guards outside St. James’ Palace.

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The Grenadier Guards on parade.

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The Grenadier Guards on a march.

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The Grenadier Guards on exercise.

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On 4th August, 1914, Great Britain declared war

on Germany and entered what was to become

known as ‘The Great War of 1914 to 1918’.

Most people believed that Germany was

intending to dominate Europe and the world, by

force, and that most people believed that the

intentions of the Germans should be stopped.

During August and September, soldiers of the

British Expeditionary Force [ B. E. F. ] crossed to

France.

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Reinforcements were sent out regularly.

Guardsman Hamer, with the King’s Company, 1st

Battalion, Grenadier Guards, crossed over to

France on

4th October, 1914.

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Without his red uniform, a Grenadier Guard takes

aim behind sandbags - World War One.