23 Jun 1983, Canada Princess Diana wears Queen Mary s tiara and family order of Queen Elizabeth pin. Image by Tim Graham/CORBIS QEII FAMILY ORDER Princess Diana Wearing TiaraPrincess Diana wears Queen Mary s tiara and family order of Queen Elizabeth pin. Image: Tim Graham/CORBIS Date Photographed: June 23, 1983 Location Information: Canada GOLD BROOCH October 1985, Berlin, West Germany Princess Diana, Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Hampshire Regiment, poses with military officers in Berlin.
Image by Tim Graham/CORBIS I have no further info and description of this brooch. If anyone has more information, please share it on this website. Princess Diana with the Royal Hampshire RegimentPrincess Diana, Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Hampshire Regiment, poses with military officers in Berlin.
Image: Tim Graham/CORBIS Date Photographed: October 1985 BUTLER AND WILSON SNAKE BROOCH 03 May 1986, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Diana, Princess of Wales, talking to pop star Bryan Adams during a Gala Entertainment Evening at the Expo 86 Theatre. The Princess is wearing a Jasper Conran trouser suit with a white ruffled blouse. On her lapel she has pinned a Butler and Wilson brooch resembling a snake.
Image by Tim Graham/Corbis Canada TourDiana, Princess of Wales, talking to pop star Bryan Adams during a Gala Entertainment Evening at the Expo 86 Theatre. The Princess is wearing a Jasper Conran trouser suit with a white ruffled blouse. On her lapel she has pinned a Butler and Wilson brooch resembling a snake.
Image: Tim Graham/Corbis Photographer: Tim Graham Date Photographed: May 3, 1986 Location Information: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 13TH/18TH ROYAL HUSSARS PIN Diana became a Colonel-in-Chief of the 13th/18th Royal Hussars in April 1989. More information on this regiment is available at this link: http://www.regiments.org/regiments/uk/cav/D13-18h.htm crest and tie. by A.
Melville-Brown In the Spring of 1990, The Princess of Wales sat for a portrait painter, Israel Zohar. In the first sitting, May 1, 1990 Diana wears this regimental pin. This is the final portrait which was unveiled in July 1990.
3 Photos above are from: www.izohar.co.uk Another photo of Diana during the sitting on May 1, 1990. Picture from Squidgy, The Royal Forums Message Board, Diana, Princess of Wales Portrait Thread. Originally scanned from HELLO magazine.
21 Jun 1991, London, England, UK Princess Diana attends the Gulf War victory parade in London. Image by Tim Graham/CORBIS Princess Diana Looking Up and SmilingPrincess Diana attends the Gulf War victory parade in London. Image: Tim Graham/CORBIS Photographer: Tim Graham Date Photographed: June 21, 1991 Location Information: London, England, UK DIAMOND PIN 05 Jun 1994 PORTSMOUTH: D-DAY COMMEMORATION Image by GRAHAM TIM/CORBIS SYGMA Any information on this would be greatly appreciated.
PORTSMOUTH: D-DAY COMMEMORATION Image: GRAHAM TIM/CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: Tim Graham Date Photographed: June 5, 1994 GOLD AND DIAMOND PIN 20 May 1995 PRINCESS DIANA VISITING A REGIMENT IN CANTERBURY Image by GRAHAM TIM/CORBIS SYGMA PRINCESS DIANA VISITING A REGIMENT IN CANTERBURY Image: GRAHAM TIM/CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: Tim Graham Date Photographed: May 20, 1995 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH This sapphire and diamond brooch was a wedding present from Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Diana wore it as a brooch on two occasions before having it converted as the centre-piece of a seven-strand pearl choker. This pictures was copied from The Royal Jewels of the World Message Board.
Please let me know if the pictures came from you so I may give credit. From Lady Jean, The Royal Forums Message Board, Princess Diana Jewelry Thread Part 2. Scanned from Diana, A Celebration.
From Lady Jean, The Royal Forums Message Board, Princess Diana Jewelry Thread Part 2. Scanned from Jayne and Terry Fincher, Debrett s Fashion Guide The brooch converted as a centre-piece of the seven-strand choker April 1986 Princess Diana wears black evening gown and pearl choker to a formal event. Image by Tim Graham/CORBIS Princess Diana SmilingPrincess Diana wears black evening gown and pearl choker to a formal event.
Image: Tim Graham/CORBIS Photographer: Tim Graham Date Photographed: April 1986 DIAMOND FLOWER BROOCH According to The Royal Jewels Message Board discussions, this brooch was left for Diana after her friend, Adrian Ward-Jackson died. These photos were a nice surprise since I had only seen Princess Diana wearing this gown twice: in Thailand and at a movie premiere. This is my all-time favorite gown.
From Lady Jean, The Royal Forums Message Board, Princess Diana Jewelry Thread Part 2. Photos by David Secombe. Reception at Buckingham Palace, July 1991, for G7 Heads of State.
GOLD HEART PIN 14 Feb 1997 DIANA AT GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL Image by GRAHAM TIM/CORBIS SYGMA 14 Feb 1997 DIANA AT GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL Image by GRAHAM TIM/CORBIS SYGMA DIANA AT GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL Image: GRAHAM TIM/CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: Tim Graham Date Photographed: February 14, 1997 Originally posted on (C) dianasjewels.net Share and Enjoy Related
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Princess Patricia s Canadian Light Infantry Regiment will visit Small Arms in Lakeview on Sept.
7, 2014 The following text, to which I ve added headings, is from the Summer 2014 newsletter of the Small Arms Society You can access the newsletter, which includes a focus on military history, 1 here: Arms2Arts newsletter- Summer 2014 2 Canada s First-into-Battle WWI Regiment is Coming to Small Arms On September 7, the Princess Patricia s Canadian Light Infantry 3 will be marching into Mississauga. They re arriving here as part of a nation-wide ceremony to honour the regiment s 100th anniversary; and Mississauga was an important part of the regiment s storied history. The regiment was called to service on Aug.
10, 1914 The Princess Pats was formed immediately after World War I began, when a Montreal textiles merchant, Andrew Hamilton Gault approached the government of Canada with an offer of $100,000 (about $2.5 million today) to raise a battalion to be the first Canadian unit to serve in the battlefield. The regiment was named in honour of Princess Patricia, the daughter of the Duke of Connaught, who was then Governor General of Canada. Although based in Western Canada today, the regiment continues to draw soldiers from all parts of the country.
A Memorial Baton will be carried by soldiers of the PPCLI 4 from Edmonton to Ottawa between August 10 (the date of the regiment s call to service) and September 18, when it was formed in Ottawa. Frezenberg, Belgium: The regiment commenced with 547 soldiers; 154 survived The Memorial Baton Relay will end in Lansdowne Park in Ottawa. The Memorial Baton will then be taken to Frezenberg, Belgium for a ceremony on May 8, 2015 to rededicate a memorial there honouring the PPCLI.
The regiment played a critical role in stopping a German offensive here that threatened to overrun allied lines. The regiment commenced the battle with 547 soldiers. Only 154 survived.
Ceremonies in Port Credit and Lakeview will take place on Sept.
7, 2014 The Memorial Baton Relay will pass through the following communities, between August 10 and September 18: Alberta: Edmonton, Camrose, Wainwright, Calgary, Suffield and Medicine Hat Saskatchewan: Regina and Moosomin 5 Manitoba: Brandon, Shilo and Winnipeg Ontario: Thunder Bay, Elk Lake, Espanola, London, Toronto, Highway of Heroes, Trenton, Kingston and Ottawa. The ceremonies in Port Credit and Lakeview will be on September 7. Quebec: Montreal and Mont St-Hilaire 6 The Memorial Baton contains the Roll of Honour of the regiment, symbolizing the national character of the Princess Pats.
The passing of the torch represents the enduring character of the regiment from generation to generation. The Roll of Honour is a list of the 1,600 soldiers of the PPCLI killed in action since World War I. Baton relay stops on Sept.
7, 2014 in Mississauga September 7 will be a special day in Mississauga for the baton relay. The first Canadian commander of the PPCLI was Agar Adamson, whose home still stands at the south end of Enola Avenue. Adamson s wife, Mable Cawthra served as a nurse.
At 11 a.m., a plaque will be unveiled at the Adamson family crypt at Trinity Anglican Church at 26 Stavebank Road North in Port Credit by Adrienne Clarkson. The former Governor General of Canada is the colonel-in-chief of the PPCLI; carrying on the tradition from the first days of Princess Patricia, that a woman will always be the honorary commander of this honoured regiment. Agar Adamson commanded the regiment from June 1916 until May 1918 Adamson commanded the regiment from June 1916 until May 1918, and led the troops in several battles including Canada s historic victory at Vimy Ridge.
7 Agar s ashes, and those of his wife, are interred in the family crypt. Adamson Estate After the plaque dedication, the Memorial Baton Relay will head to the Adamson Estate, 850 Enola Avenue, where a second plaque will be unveiled. The relay will continue to the Small Arms building, arriving at about 11:30 a.m., where the Centennial Display Team will showcase the regiment s history.
This showcase includes a 25-foot light armoured vehicle, a flying kitchen, a 50-foot tractor trailer mobile museum and a Kiddie Commando Camp with obstacle course, bouncy castle and camouflage face painting. There will also be a Bren gun carrier. Brens were made at Small Arms 8 building after WWII.
Ron Baldwin of Wounded Warriors will have a display, as will Army, Navy and Air Force, Lakeview #262. Hope you can join us for this family-friendly event. End of text from Arms2Arts newsletter Further reading The Patricias: A Century of Service (2013) 9 A blurb at the Toronto Public Library for the latter study reads: Formed in peacetime, forged in wartime, and formidable at all times, the Princess Patricia s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) celebrate their 100th anniversary in 2014.
In The Patricias: A Century of Service , the Regiment s remarkable record of being first in the field of every war that Canada has fought in from the First World War to Afghanistan is gloriously documented in absorbing detail. Featuring engaging text that graphically describes the history of the Regiment from its founding in the summer of 1914 through to the spring of 2014 and augmented with hundreds of rare photographs from the battlefields to the barracks, detailed maps and memorabilia, and informative sidebars featuring testimonials from the soldiers in their own words, The Patricias: A Century of Service grippingly recounts the story and glory of this legendary unit that has served and protected this country both within Canada s own borders and around the world with resounding pride and courage. Written by renowned historian Dr.
David Bercuson and assembled by a team of experts including acclaimed archivist Donald B. Smith and retired PPCLI Major-General Robert Stewart, The Patricias: A Century of Service honours the bravery of those men whose commitment to serving and saving Canada has made us the nation we are today. The book comes complete with a DVD that features photographs and captions, CBC news broadcasts from Sicily, Northwest Europe, and Korea, a selection of maps, historic newsreels, and film footage, the regiment s Roll of Honour, regimental music, and materials related to the regiment s 100th anniversary celebrations.
End of text Princess Patricia s Canadian Light Infantry, Revised Second Edition (1972) 10 Letters of Agar Adamson, 1914 to 1919: Lieutenant Colonel, Princess Patricia s Canadian Light Infantry (1997) 11 The Fighting Canadians: Our Regimental History from New France to Afghanistan (2008) 12 Additional resources can be accessed at the Toronto Public Library website. First World War Overviews of the First World War, with a focus on the front line experiences of soldiers, is available from many studies including: The Great War: July 1, 1916: The First Day of the Battle of the Somme: An Illustrated Panorama (2013) 13 A blurb at the Toronto Public Library website notes: A 24-foot-long black-and-white drawing printed on heavyweight accordian-fold paper and packaged in a deluxe hardcover slipcase. The set also includes a 16-page booklet featuring an essay about the first day of the Battle of the Somme by Adam Hochschild 14 and original annotations to the drawing by Sacco himself.
References ^ military history, (preservedstories.com) ^ Arms2Arts newsletter- Summer 2014 (preservedstories.com) ^ Princess Patricia s Canadian Light Infantry (www.ppcliassoc.ca) ^ PPCLI (ottawacitizen.com) ^ Moosomin (www.moosomin.com) ^ Mont St-Hilaire (biospherecanada.ca) ^ Vimy Ridge. (www.torontopubliclibrary.ca) ^ Doors Open event at Small Arms building at Dixie Road and Lakeshore Road East Sept.
27, 2014 10:00 am 4:00 pm (preservedstories.com) ^ The Patricias: A Century of Service (2013) (www.torontopubliclibrary.ca) ^ Princess Patricia s Canadian Light Infantry, Revised Second Edition (1972) (www.torontopubliclibrary.ca) ^ Letters of Agar Adamson, 1914 to 1919: Lieutenant Colonel, Princess Patricia s Canadian Light Infantry (1997) (www.torontopubliclibrary.ca) ^ The Fighting Canadians: Our Regimental History from New France to Afghanistan (2008) (www.torontopubliclibrary.ca) ^ The Great War: July 1, 1916: The First Day of the Battle of the Somme: An Illustrated Panorama (2013) (www.torontopubliclibrary.ca) ^ Adam Hochschild (www.torontopubliclibrary.ca)
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THREE hundred and fifty years ago General Monck and 6000 troops left a cold and frosty Coldstream to march to London where they helped restore the monarch to the throne. Today, 90 Coldstream Guards set out on exactly the same journey in similar conditions. Led by Major James Coleby, the 7th Company Coldstream Guards were given a rousing send off from Coldstream by local residents and the Old Coldstream Corp of Drums who escorted them to Coldstream Bridge, as they headed for Berwick on the first leg of their 26-day journey.
The Corps of Drums waited for the soldiers at the entrance to Henderson Park, where Brigadier Jonathan Bourne-May took the salute and told the men: “You have an ardous and challenging task ahead of you. “Monck’s actions helped restore the monarchy to the throne. It was an act which was the cornerstone of the modern British army, and an act of great significance. “For the Coldstreamers 350 years ago the weather was very similar, the chaplain at the time recorded that the frost was great and the snow greater and they saw no bare earth from here to London. “You can console yourself that you aren’t having to ford the Tweed. There was a bridge at the time but it wasn’t big enough for all 6000 of them get over.” He went on to add that he had spoken to his counterpart with the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, who are out in Afghanistan, who wished the soldiers good luck with their march south.
Also had the ceremony was the vicar of Berwick, Canon Alan Hughes who told the guardsmen that he had been sent by the Mayor and Freemen of Berwick to invite them to attend a service of welcome at Berwick Parish Church on the Wednesday evening “that we might honour your epic endeavour and pray for a safe and successful outcome, as you raise funds for The Army Benevolent Fund”.
The Coldstream Guards are due to arrive at Tower Hill on January 31, all going well doing the journey eight days quicker than General Monck’s men.
Anyone wanting to make a donation in recognition of this epic march by the 90 Coldstream Guards can do so by visiting http://www.justgiving.com/coldstreammarch