The Irish Guards (IG), part of the Guards Division, is one of the Foot Guards regiments of the British Army and, together with the Royal Irish Regiment, it is one of the two Irish infantry regiments in the British Army.

In the centre is the cross of St George surrounded by the words ''Honi soit qui mal y pense'', which translated means ''Evil be to he who evil thinks''.

Formed in appreciation of the Irish units which had served in the Boer War, the regiment was open to Irish soldiers who were serving in the other Guards & line infantry regiment .

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The Irish Guards regiment was formed on 1 April 1900 by order of Queen Victoria to commemorate the Irishmen who fought in the Second Boer War for the British Empire.. During the First World War, the Irish Guards were deployed to France and they remained on the Western Front for the duration of the war. Irish Guards during WW1 During the First World War, the Irish Guards were deployed to France and they remained on the Western Front for the duration of the war.

Achetez Blue Plume CD de Barnwell / Band Of The Irish Guards / Miller pour 17,55 EUR avec livraison gratuite. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blue Plume: The Music of the Irish Guards - Band of the Irish Guards on AllMusic - 2018 During the course of the war, the Regiment was awarded 406 medals 4 of which were Victoria Crosses and lost over 2,300 officers and men. Irish Guardsman in The First World War at the Battle of Pilckem Ridge 1917.

The Irish Guards regiment was formed on 1 April 1900 by order of Queen Victoria to commemorate the Irishmen who fought in the Second Boer War for the British Empire. The reason for the white band is obscure but is of much older date than the red plume.