Website Links

The following websites are officially linked due to the importance the Association places on their contribution to our shared history.

The Orange Lily, a website dedicated to all the men who served with the Royal Sussex Regiment containing an extensive archive of photographs and information, administered by an ex-member of the regiment predominantly for other ex-members of the regiment.
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Royal Sussex Living History Group, who actively commemorate the regiments casualties from the First World War, with a particular focus on The Battle of the Boar’s head, at Richebourg l’Avoue in France.
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The 1st Royal Sussex – 3rd Queens, refers to the battalions; the one that was, and the one it became. This website is largely dormant but still contains a large amount of historical imagery dedicated to these battalions.
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The Royal Sussex Regimental Society is an American based group who are enthusiastic re-enactors able to accurately portray the Royal Sussex Regiment across three different centuries.
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West Sussex Record Office holds the largest archive of Royal Sussex Regiment original paperwork, war diaries and photographs in one location and has been a constant and ongoing supporter of the Regimental Association. With over 30,000 items it is one of the most extensive regimental collections in the country. The Record Office website provides information on how to view and research the archive.
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The National Army Museum’s official website holds an easy to read, broad overview of the regiment accompanied by interesting regimental objects and artworks owned by the NAM.
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Forces war records is an on-line research facility providing an extensive archive of service personnel records.
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The official website of The Queen’s Regiment Association, immediate successor regiment after amalgamation in 1966
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The official website of the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment Association, current successor regiment.
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