Suffolk Yeomanry

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The Duke of York's Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars was a Yeomanry regiment of the British Army. Originally formed as a volunteer cavalry force in 1793, it fought in the Second Boer war as part of the Imperial Yeomanry. In the World War I the regiment fought at Gallipoli, in Palestine and on the Western Front. The unit was subsequently converted into a Royal Artillery unit, serving in the anti-tank role North Africa, Italy and France during World War II. The lineage is maintained by No. 677 (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Squadron AAC.

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Duke of York's Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars
Loyal Suffolk Hussars badge and service cap
CountryFlag_of_Great_Britain_%281707%E2%80%931800%29.svg Kingdom of Great Britain (1793–1800)
Flag_of_the_United_Kingdom.svg United Kingdom (1801–present)
BranchFlag_of_the_British_Army.svg Territorial Army
Part ofCavalry (First World War)
Royal Artillery (Second World War)
Army Air Corps (Present)
Motto(s)CONSTANTIA LEVANDI (Steadfast in support)
Battle honoursThe Great War:
Somme 1918, Bapaume 1918, Hindenberg Line, Epehy, Pursuit to Mons, France & Flanders 1918, Gallipoli 1915, Egypt 1915-17, Gaza, Jerusalem, Tell ‘Asur, Palestine 1917-18[1]
Brigadier-General Ned Baird