The current magazine just published (August 2018) is the Castle & Key No. 14. It features a wide range of interesting topics on the history of the Suffolk Regiment including the following main articles:
"A Prisoner Of Queen Wilhelmina" The story of a pre-Great War soldier of the 1st Battalion who was captured in early 1915 and who later spent a spell in an internment camp in neutral Holland. "The Suffolk Regiment - A Family Regiment" The story of two generations of the same family who served in the Suffolk Regiment between 1921 and 1953, and 1953 and 1974. "The Seven Ages Of Man" The life of Drum Major Tom Gotobed and his career in the Suffolk Regiment from 1918 to 1939, and his rise through its ranks. "Regimental Traditions" The story behind the research carried out by colonel Montagu in 1913 as to the tradition of wearing roses on both Minden Day and the Monarch's Birthday. Plus many more interesting and varied articles. Please go to the Membership page to discover how you can get hold of your copy...
Main Picture: L/Cpl Bostock surveys the platoon sign of No. 3 Platoon "The Phantoms" Malaya 1950.
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