Rough Edge / Photo Slate with the 36th Ulster Division badge and a soldier charging at Theipval Wood, The Somme 1916.
The 36th (Ulster) Division was a division of Lord Kitchener’s New Army formed in September 1914. Originally called the Ulster Division, it was made up of members of the Ulster Volunteer Force, who formed thirteen additional battalions for three existing regiments: the Royal Irish Fusiliers, the Royal Irish Rifles and the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. The division served on the Western Front as a formation of the British Army during World War I.
The division’s insignia was the Red Hand of Ulster.
These are made of slate rock with a printable face to them, so they are reasonably heavy & sturdy.
They are supplied with a sturdy plastic stand (2 pieces).
Dimensions: 19cm x 19cm.
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