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The mug has 10 representative figures to illustrate the history of The Parachute Regiment, from its formation in WWII up to its service in the present conflict in Afghanistan. This mug is a unique record of this fine regiment and would make a very good gift for a loved one who may have served or is still serving in The Paras.Figures on the mug are:D-Day 1944Suez 1956Radfan 1964Northern Ireland 1981Falkand Islands 1982P Company 1983Norway 1984Aldershot 1990Iraq 2003Afghanistan 2010
Each mug has 10 figures dressed in the uniform as worn at a specific battle, conflict or operation. They are as follows:95th Rifles Spain 180960th Rifles South Africa 1879Ox and Bucks LI France 1944Then followed by 7 x RGJ figures:Borneo 1963N Ireland 1971Germany 1972UN Cyprus 1980Norway 1982London 2005Iraq 2007
The mug depicts the uniforms of The Devonshire Regiment. It goes from the early years fighting the French under Napoleon through 2 world wars to its final days in Germany in 1958 prior to its amalgamation with the Dorsetshire Regiment to form the Devonshire and Dorset Regiment.Figures on the mug are:Salamanca 1812England 1857England 1860Egypt 1891Wagon Hill 1900Tidworth 1908France 1918D-Day 1944Germany 1945Germany 1958
The mug depicts the uniforms of The Dorsetshire Regiment. It goes from the early years fighting the French under Napoleon through 2 world wars to Korea in 1955 prior to its amalgamation with the Devonshire Regiment to form the Devonshire and Dorset Regiment.Figures on the mug are:39th Foot Albuhera 181139th Foot India 184354th Foot Marabout 180154th Foot Ava 1825Dagai 1897England 1909France 1915Malta 1941NW Europe 1944Korea 1955
The mug depicts the uniforms of the Devonshire and Dorset Regiment from the day of its formation in 1958 (through the amalgamation of the Devonshire and Dorsetshire Regiments) to the laying up of its Colours in 2007, prior to the regiment being absorbed into the the new regiment - The Rifles.Figures on the mug are:Formation 1958British Guiana 1964Northern Ireland 1973Colchester 1980Exeter 1991Bosnia 1995Hounslow 2000Iraq 2006Exeter 2007Exeter 2007
The five Foot Guards regiments are represented on this mug with two figures per regiment. The regiments are displayed in the order in which they would be when on parade. The Coldstream Guards are at one end even though they are the 2nd Foot Guards - because their regimental motto is 'Second to None'.