Byline: FIONA PARKER JUST after my 18th birthday on February 4, 1944, I was called up for service in the Royal Horse Guards at Windsor.
What does RHG stand for?
RHG stands for Royal Horse Guards
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- Reproductive Health Gateway
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- Resort Holiday Group
- Respect Honor Glory (America's Army gaming clan)
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- The Blues and Royals (a British regiment)
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- Richmond Hill Group of Artists (Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada)
- Red Hat Graphical Boot
- Rensselaer Hartford Graduate Center (Connecticut)
- Richmond Heights Garden Club (Missouri)
- Rolling Hills Golf Course (Tempe, AZ)
- Rochester Hills Golf and Country Club (Rochester Hills, Michigan)
- Richmond Highland Games & Celtic Festival (Virginia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Relatives and his former comrades with the Royal Horse Guards / Dragoons paid tribute to the young soldier affectionately described as "a torment" by his mother.
Ken Rowe, 73, served as a Trooper with the Royal Horse Guards as part of the Household Cavalry.
He was once a guardsman in the Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) and to mark the 60 years since he joined the Armyhe met up with old friend and Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Labour MP Ashok Kumar.
Coun Brew laid a wreath, followed by representatives from the armed forces and the Royal British Legion, Second World War veteran Frank Webster, now aged 82, served with the Royal Horse Guards and was among those watching.
The Blues and Royals were formed in 1969 from an amalgamation of The Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) and The Royal Dragoons (The Royals).
Mr Owen served in the Royal Horse Guards at Buckingham Palace and during the war was part of Montgomery's 8th Army.
Mr Owen served in the Royal Horse Guards at Buckingham Palace before World War II.