This photograph from the Museum’s photo archive is of a Light Armoured Motor Battery car from one of four Light Armoured Motor Batteries deployed in Mesopotamia in summer 1920 at the time of the Iraqi Revolt against continuing British occupation of the country.
This photograph is listed in the Museum’s archives as showing members of 3rd Battalion, The Rifle Brigade, carrying out bayonet practice in 1917. No other information is recorded as to where the bayonet practice took place and when in 1917.
This photograph shows members of the 1st Battalion, The 60th, The King’s Royal Rifle Corps, participating in athletics at Point Lévis on the south bank of the St. Lawrence River, opposite Quebec, in Canada in 1868.
Members of the advance party of 2nd Green Jackets (The King’s Royal Rifle Corps) board a Britannia aircraft at RAF Lyneham on 4 July 1963 en route to British Guiana.
This photograph shows members of 2nd Battalion, The King’s Royal Rifle Corps, marching down the street at Blackdown on their way to a rehearsal for a review by His Majesty King George V in May 1913.