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inspected the troops. The band then changed position to 100 yds from, and facing the Saluting base. The King took up his position and the march past began. First came 11 batteries of artillery each consisting of 4 guns and 4 ammunition waggons. Then came the 9th, 10th, & 11th Brigades, A.M.C., ASC, New Zealand Artillery & Infantry, also Various brigades from Tidworth, Bulford & Perham downs Camps. As troops passed the Saluting base the commanders of each unit i.e. C'O's Battalions, wheeled off to the right and took up their positions where they re-

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