O A lY,e e J U K U i^on A m^o JiM l Y l c u n J oaf -$O u k/b i m t y Print dIne England and pub l i shed every alter nate F r i day ,by the Prop r i e tors ,The A glam a mated P n f c s I,s .Ti> The Fleet .way l l o Fu.se, arr inc don Street .,Lon don ,K.C .4. Rest redo for I r ans miss i o h b y Canad ian M n g a z ln e l’ost .Sole Agents l b r Austral i a and New Z e a land :Messrs .Go r don A :Got c h ,Ltd .:and for South Afr i ca: Central K c w s Agency ,Ltd .—August 2 ,lO iO. S .Ed.S ito rial Address :john carp enter house ,white friars ,lon done .c. 4 DEMONSTRATION OF OUR NEW ‘No. I ARMY DRESS* took place before H.M. the inKing, the grounds of Buckingham Palace, on June 25,1946. In indigo blue the uniform, for all ranks, bears a regimental colour stripe down the trousers, and similar coloured piping along the tunic epaulets. The dark blue beret worn when “walking out ”is replaced by a forage capon ceremonial occasions. Certain regiments will retain uniforms in traditional colours, and Scottish regiments their distinctive headdress, kilts and trews. Some modifications in detail may yet be mide.