The Sword of Honour trilogy by Evelyn Waugh consists of three novels, Men at Arms (1952), Officers and Gentlemen (1955) and Unconditional Surrender (1961, published as The End of the Battle in the US), which loosely parallel Waugh's experiences in the Second World War. Waugh received the 1952 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Men at Arms. The protagonist is Guy Crouchback, heir of a declining aristocratic English Roman Catholic family.
Cavalry Of The Steppes. Arranged By – Baldwin (3)Composed By – Knipper. Date on sleeve: ℗ 1968 Date on labels: ℗ 1969. Made in Great Britain by EMI Records (The Gramophone Co Ltd) Printed and made by Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. Patent No. 943,895. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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If you missed our recital last week here is a chance to see the diverse musical capability of the band. Once again we would like to thank our colleagues from the Honourable Artillery Company Regimental Band who are helping us out during the busy Christmas period.
Royal Corps of Naval Constructors. The Royal Corps of Naval Constructors is an institution of the British Royal Navy and Admiralty for training in naval architecture, marine, electrical and weapon engineering. Its precursor was the Royal School of Naval Architecture, London.
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|A1||Wait For The Wagon|
|A3||La Bella Roma|
Soloist – Gordon Campbell
|A6||Roses Of Seville|
|B1||Marching With Teike|
|B3||Overture: The Countryman Suite|
Soloist – Kenneth Kinghorn
|B5||Galloping Home (Black Beauty)|
|B7||Evening Hymn & Cavalry Last Post|
- Engineer – John Timperley
- Producer – Charles Berman