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When the Great War (1914-18) ended, the strength of the Royal Marines
was at an all-time high of 55,000 men.
By 1935 the Corps had shrunk to 9,500 Marines with the amalgamation of
the Royal Marine Artillery and the Royal Marine Light Infantry.
All Marines now wore “blues” as their parade uniform topped off with
the traditional white “pith” helment.
With the joining of the two separate Marine units a new badge was
adopted…the Globe and Laurel which all Royal Marines wear to this day.
Our K&C Marine on Guard Duty carries the famous .303 SMLE (Short
Magazine Lee Enfield) with fixed sword bayonet.
King & Country Collectors Club Exclusive Figure - Retired !
Fully Painted - Museum Quality
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