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Postby kerchi » Thu Dec 04, 2014 10:26 am

What is a cookie? The definition of cookies are stated on the International Chamber of Commerce's Cookie Guide as:

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The Border Regiment Forum is a small and friendly community for anyone with an interest in the British regiment throughout its long and colourful history. The forum was set up first and foremost to bring together those with an interest and passion in the Regiment; to ask questions, share stories, provide knowledge and post photos relating to the regiment during the various conflicts and peacetimes it bore witness to.

  -  Cumbria's Museum of Military Life
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  -  7th Border Regiment War Grave Project and Roll of Honour
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  -  11th Border Regiment (Lonsdale) War Grave Project