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   * [[foreign:​|Foreign Service]] - British and Irish forces in the service of Foreign Countries   * [[foreign:​|Foreign Service]] - British and Irish forces in the service of Foreign Countries
  
-Categories are sub-divided into Foot, Horse and (where relevant) Dragoon branches, which give links to the regiment articles. There will also be a section for more general articles, notes and FAQs.+Categories are sub-divided into Foot, Horse and (where relevant) Dragoon branches, which give links to the regiment articles. There is also a section for more general articles, notes and FAQs.
  
-  * [[notes:​Articles,​ Notes and FAQ]]+  * [[notes:​Articles,​ Notes and FAQ|Articles, FAQ, Links and Sources]] 
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 +===== What's New? ===== 
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 +  *January 2018: It's been quiet over the New Year, but Victor has added information on [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​sir-edward-norris|Sir Edward Norris’ Regiment of Foot]] a little-known regiment in garrison at Warrington. 
 +  *October 2017: Victor Judge helped sort out the tangled histories of [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​john-arundell|Sir John Arundell'​s Cornish Trained Band Regiment of Foot]] and [[royalist:​foot-regiments:​john-trevannion|Colonel John Trevannion’s Regiment of Foot]], as well as providing great information on [[royalist:​dragoon-regiments:​james-ussher|Colonel James Ussher’s Regiment of Dragoons]] and several Royalist foot regiments. ​  
 +  *July 2017: New BCW wiki user black-watch-1745 has found a list of the [[trained-band:​devon:​devon-trained-bands-in-1633|Devon Trained Bands in 1633]] and descriptions of one of the regiment'​s flags.  
 +  *July 2017: News of a very interesting online resource, [[http://​www.british-history.ac.uk/​no-series/​cromwell-army-officers|The Cromwell Association Online Directory of Parliamentarian Army Officers]] by Tim Wales and Stephen Roberts, hosted by [[http://​www.british-history.ac.uk/​|British History Online]]. This lists 4000 Parliamentarian officers of the First Civil War and gives brief biographies. 
 +  *May 2017: In our  [[notes:​articles:​|Articles Section]] we are very fortunate to bring you a series on standards of the ECW, originally published in Military Modelling magazine by Charles Kightly and Anthony Barton. 
 +  *May 2017: Ivor Carr discovers a paylist for the [[parliamentarian:​parliamentarian-lists:​eastern-association-army-at-marston-moor|Eastern Association Army at Marston Moor]] 
  
 ===== Getting Around ===== ===== Getting Around =====