Vet 5 / V c 130 E d i ted b y Sir John Hammer ton 60 FORTNIGHTLY JUNE 12.1942 ROSES FOR THE ’OLD AND 3 0 L D .’With cclours rose-bcdcckcd, the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers celebrated (heir regimental c'ay on April-23 in Cairo. A battalion, wearing roses in their caps, marched to All Saints Cathedral. The colours were handed to Bishop Gwynna, who placed them on the altar. After the ceremony the battalion marched past the G.O.C.-in-C., Liout.-General G.R. Stone. The colour bearers are (left) Lt. W. SanHtfrson and 2nd F.Lt. Ward, M.C. Vhoto, Urilisli Official: Crown Copyright w r» 111 will rf PURI ISHEO FRIDAY. JUNE 2G
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