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Welcome to the Ubique Right of the Line Living History Group


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Toby and Elliott Nash and the Royal Armouries 18 pdr field gun which is the same type that their great great Uncle, Ernest George Horlock VC operated in WW1 single handedly, whilst twice injured and was subsequently awarded the Victoria Cross. (Click for further details)

 


We are based at the Royal Armouries Museum at Fort Nelson, near Fareham in Hampshire.
 

The word “Ubique” means everywhere.

The Phrase “Right of the Line”  is derived from the recognition of the sterling work performed by gunners, in that in 1756 the Artillery was granted the privilege of taking the post of honour in forming the Right of the Line in all parades.