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Heart of Oak

Greetings gentlemen and welcome to the Anglo-Dutch Dispatch. Don't forget that we have our quite unique London Gazette, which is updated regularly with all our Armies' news and information. We have had a few new members start their training over the past months, welcome gentlemen, which has alleviated fears over membership and seems to be on the upů please continue badgering friends and relatives and get them to look at OUR club.

Gentlemen over the past few months there has been some major changes within the Army due to the changing front in France. Brig Gen Sir Tony Dobson KT has step down as CiC. Col Sir Neil Henderson KG has moved from the Post of OC RMA to a posting in Horse Guards. We all wish him well. At this time of taking over the Army I have no moves in mind to change anything within the Army. That is it for now chaps; it remains for me to wish you all great gaming!!


Regimental Bugles

This has been everybody's favourite subject. So I have now decided to keep this in for this issue.
Here is a list of the Anglo-Allied rank structure.

The rank of Colonel can only be passed by an officer in Brigade/Division/Corps command or by an officer with an admin role within the club.

King George III

It gives me the greatest pleasure to announce the following promotions, decorations and commissions and postings.

God save King George!!


Order of the Garter


The following Ensigns have successfully completed their training and passed out from the RMA:

Drummer's badge

The following Officers have been commissioned to the Guards:


George by the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith. To our Trusty and well beloved Officers Greetings. We reposing especial trust and Confidence in your Loyalty, Courage, and good conduct, do by these Presents Constitute and appoint you to be an Officer of Our Land Forces from this date forward. You are therefore carefully and diligently to discharge your duty as such in the Rank of Lieutenant or such higher Rank to which We may from time to time hereafter be pleased to promote or appoint you, of which a notification will be made in the London Gazette, and you are at all times to exercise and well discipline in Arms both the Inferior Officers and Men serving under you and use your best endeavours to keep them in good Order and Discipline. And We do hereby Command them to Obey you as their superior and you to Observe and follow such Orders and Directions as from time to time you shall receive from Us or any of your superior Officers according to the Rules and Discipline of War in pursuance of the Trust hereby reposed in you.
Given at Our Court at Saint James's this date in the Year of Our Reign.
By His Majesty's Command


Brunswick Hussar
Promotions as of the 27 Sept 1802:

Congratulations Gentlemen well played!

Medals and Awards

George by the Grace of God. of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith.
Sir, I am directed to transmit to you the accompanying medal which has been conferred upon you for your services with the British Forces during service to the King against the French. In Forwarding the Decoration, I am commanded by the King to assure you of His Majesty's high appreciation of the services rendered.
I am Sir, Your obedient Servant


The following officers have received awards for their service to the club or for their battlefield endeavours:

MGSM (Military General Service Medal):


Mobile Telegraph General Service Medal
Brunswick Battery under attack

Army Gold Medal

Army Gold Medal
Baker Rifle

The Cavalry Corps Command wishes the following to be Mentioned in Despatches:

British Coat of Arms


Brigadier General Sir Ian Travers K.G.
Anglo-Dutch COA
Just outside the Walls of Paris, September 1802


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