The King's Royal Rifle Corps


HM King George V


This print was made of the Prince of Wales around 1904 at the time of his appointment as Colonel-in-Chief of the King's Royal Rifle Corps. The Duke of Cambridge had held the post for 35 years, but from 1904 onwards the monarch retained the Colonelcy.


Colonels | Regimental details




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