August 1932

The King and Royal Welch Fusiliers

Volume 17, Issue 2

After 18 years' continuous foreign service, officers and men of the 1st Battalion, The Royal Welch Fusiliers, were received by the King at Buckingham Palace yesterday,

Headed by the regimental mascot, a white goat with long white horns, a detachment of nearly 100 officers and men, including the band and drums, and officially described as "a representative party," marched into the Palace grounds through the garden entrance.

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