Colonial Hong Kong

 For 156 years Hong Kong was a British Crown Colony until 30 June, 1997 when it was ceremonially handed back to the People’s Republic of China.

Two years previously, in 1995, a unique military unit held its final parade before being disbanded and ending 143 years of loyal service to the British Crown and the people of, what was originally, a small port city on the southern coast of China – Hong Kong.

THE ROYAL HONG KONG REGIMENT (The Volunteerswas a militia formation founded in 1854 and tasked with the defense of the small Colony alongside the regular British Army garrison stationed there.

For many years it would join with other British Forces taking part in the Queen’s Birthday Parade held annually in the city.

Taking the official salute on behalf of the Queen would be her representative, His Excellency, The Governor, resplendent in his ‘Tropical Whites’ and saluting as the different units marched past.

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CHK006 RHKR Staff Sergeant Present Arms
CHK006 RHKR Staff Sergeant Present Arms

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39,00
CHK007 RHKR Corporal Present Arms
CHK007 RHKR Corporal Present Arms

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39,00
CHK008 His Excellency, The Hong Kong Governor
CHK008 His Excellency, The Hong Kong Governor

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45,00
CHK009 The Governor's RHKP Aide de Camp
CHK009 The Governor's RHKP Aide de Camp

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45,00
CHK010 Ceremonial Flag Base & British Crown Colony of Hong Kong Flag
CHK010 Ceremonial Flag Base & British Crown Colony of Hong Kong Flag

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29,00
CHK011 RHKR Trooper Present Arms
CHK011 RHKR Trooper Present Arms

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39,00