By Mike Chappell
By way of the recent 12 months of 1940 the conflict place of work had agreed in precept to (a) the enhancement of officers' badges of rank with textile within the color of the arm-of-service; (b) strips of material within the related shades to be worn on the best of the sleeves through all ranks; and (c) the donning of regimental flashes on Battledress. And so the principles for the donning of conflict insignia in the course of the British military have been verified. How a long way they have been obeyed and the way usually they have been overlooked turns into noticeable to someone examining Mike Chappell's excellent spouse paintings to Men-At-Arms 182.
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