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The 19th Century

Fighting in the Napoleonic Wars

Throughout the Napoleonic Wars of the early 19th century, the Royal Artillery grew by leaps and bounds. In 1833, the numerous battle honours the Regiment had accumulated were compressed into a single battle honour, Ubique, meaning everywhere. The Regiment also received the accompanying motto Quo Fas Et Gloria Ducunt, meaning whither right and glory lead.




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