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Battle Honours - The Lincolnshire Regiment

Battle Honours
  • Early Battles
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  • Steenkirk 8 Jul 1692
  • War of the Spanish Succession 1702-1713
  • Blenheim 13 Aug 1704
  • Ramillies 23 May 1706
  • Oudenarde 11 Jul 1708
  • Malplaquet 11 Sep 1709
  • Bouchain 13 Sep 1711
  • Lexington 19 Apr 1775
  • Bunker's Hill 17 Jun 1775
  • Germantown 1777
  • Monmouth 1778
  • Rhode Island 1778
  • Peninsula 1816
  • Sobraon 10 Feb 1846
  • Mooltan 21 Dec 1848
  • Goojuarat 21 Feb 1849
  • Punjab 1857
  • Lucknow 1858, 1863
  • Atbara 1898
  • Khartoum 1898
  • Boer War 1899-1902
  • Pardeberg 19 Feb 1899
  • South Africa 1900-1902
  • WW1
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  • Mons
  • Le Cateau
  • Retreat from Mons
  • Marne 1914
  • Aisne 1914, 1918
  • La Bassée 1914
  • Messines 1914, 1917, 1918
  • Armentiéres 1914
  • Ypres 1914, 1915, 1917
  • Nonne Bosschen
  • Neuve Chapelle
  • Gravenstafel
  • St. Julien
  • Frezenberg
  • Bellewaarde
  • Aubers
  • Loos
  • Somme 1916, 1918
  • Albert 1916, 1918
  • Bazentin
  • Delville Wood
  • Poziéres
  • Flers-Courcelette
  • Morval
  • Thiepval
  • Ancre 1916, 1918
  • Arras 1917, 1918
  • Scarpe 1917, 1918
  • Arleux
  • Pilckem
  • Langemarck 1917
  • Menin Road
  • Polygon Wood
  • Broodseinde
  • Poelcappelle
  • Passchendaele
  • Cambrai 1917, 1918
  • St. Quentin
  • Bapaume 1918
  • Lys
  • Estaires
  • Bailleul
  • Kemmel
  • Amiens
  • Drocourt Quéant
  • Hindenburg Line
  • Epéhy
  • Canal du Nord
  • St. Quentin Canal
  • Beaurevoir
  • Selle
  • Sambre
  • France and Flanders 1914-18
  • Suvla
  • Landing at Suvla
  • Scimitar Hill
  • Gallipoli 1915
  • Egypt 1916
  • WW2
  •  
  • Vist
  • Norway 1940
  • Dunkirk 1940
  • Normandy Landing
  • Cambes
  • Fontenay le Pesnil
  • Defence of Rauray
  • Caen
  • Orne
  • Bourguébus Ridge
  • Troarn
  • Nederrijn
  • Le Havre
  • Antwerp-Turnhout Canal
  • Venraij
  • Venlo Pocket
  • Rhineland
  • Hochwald
  • Lingen
  • Bremen
  • Arnhem 1945
  • North-West Europe 1940, '44-45
  • Sedjenane I
  • Mine de Sedjenane
  • Argoub Selah
  • North Africa 1943
  • Salerno
  • Vietri Pass
  • Capture of Naples
  • Cava di Terreni
  • Volturno Crossing
  • Garigliano Crossing
  • Monte Tuga
  • Gothic Line
  • Monte Gridolfo
  • Gemmano Ridge
  • Lamone Crossing
  • San Marino
  • Italy 1943-45
  • Donbaik
  • Point 201 (Arakan)
  • North Arakan
  • Buthidaung
  • Ngakyedauk Pass
  • Ramree
  • Burma 1943-45

Between 1914 and 1918, the 19 Battalions of The Lincolnshire Regiment gained 58 battle honours and won 3 Victoria Crosses, but sustained an estimated 8800 casulaties.

Timeline
1685 - The Earl of Bath's Regiment was raised
1751 - Designated "The Tenth Regiment of Foot"
1782 - Renamed "The North Lincolnshire Regiment
1881 - Renamed "The Lincolnshire Regiment"
1946 - The regiment was honoured with the title "The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment"
1960 - "The 2nd East Anglian Regiment (Duchess of Gloucester's Own)" was an amalgamation of the Royal Lincolnshire and the Northamptonshire Regiments
1964 - "The Royal Anglian Regiment" was formed by amalgamating the 1st, 2nd and 3rd East Anglian Regiments with the Royal Leicestershire Regiment. The 2nd East Anglians were redesignated as the 2nd Battalion (2RA).

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