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From Flanders to Waterloo - The Origins of the Royal Military College by Dr Anthony Morton

The Origins of the Royal Military College

‘You will, I trust, confirm the words inscribed on these Colours, equally applicable to the increasing advantages which this institution promises to the Army, and to the prowess of the nation, justly exalting in the distinguished part she has taken in a contest, the object of which is the restoration of the independence and liberties of Europe.’

HM Queen Charlotte, Sandhurst 1813

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