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Re: The Royal Sussex Regimental Tie

Posted by RossP on Fri, Aug 26 2022 at 06:14 AM CDT:

In Reply to: Re: The Royal Sussex Regimental Tie posted by martyn burgess on Fri, Aug 26 2022 at 05:35 AM CDT:

I am in total agreement with you Martyn! The Royal Sussex Regimental tie was designed in the Regimental colours, as you say,
the same colours as the Stable belt.

However, the so called Regimental Association is a law unto itself. As Harry Marjoram stated in a reply to one of my messages, that somethings are set in stone and will never be changed.
I have never understood that attitude. Even the Magna Carta over the last 800 years has changed somewhat, they also change laws of the land.

The Royal Sussex Regiment veterans, are the Royal Sussex Regiment, not the gang of civilians and impersonatorís who firmly believe they are the Regiment. If you want to see a typical impersonator look on Les Deacons site, go to The Roussillon Gazette page and there you will find a young man in full Regimental regalia. They all should be arrested for impersonating a soldiers.





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