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United Provinces Horse (Southern Regiment) Boot Pull, 1928
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United Provinces Horse (Southern Regiment) Boot Pull, 1928

Measurements: Length: 23cm (9in)



Silver handled steel boot pull, the handle engraved withe regimental badge of representing General Havelock and the Battle Honour ‘Relief of Lucknow 1857’. Makers mark L.A.L & S.. Hallmarked London 1928.

The United Provinces Light Horse (Southern Regiment) was an Auxilliary Force India cavalry unit manned by part time volunteers, British or Anglo-Indian, who formed the rough equivalent of the British Territorial Force. Many of its personnel were employed by British firms and the British-Indian government. It was raised on 1 April 1904 as the United Provinces Light Horse regiment, and was formed by the amalgamation of various auxiliary units, namely Allahabad Light Horse , Cawnpore Light Horse, Gorakhpur Light Horse, Ghazipur Light Horse  and the Oudh Light Horse.