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Jason’s historic recall is fantastic. Can wait to talk with him again
As a former member of the Sharpe Appreciation Society it was great to listen to Jason and Sean on this podcast. The Baker rifle used a sword carried in a belt hanger attachment. It could be mounted on the rifle . The current rifle regiment still use the command fix Swords rather than bayonets. The brown bess musket bayonet was triangular and was fitted over the barrel with a locking ring. The musket bayonet and rifle sword were very different items.
.... bloody editor! Great mix of the business of show business and history. Very entertaining and informative. Thoroughly enjoyed.
Great mix of the business of show bus
Loved it. Got goosebumps listening to this. Would love to see the footage if there is any of this chat.
Fabulous insight to the Napoleonic era and the series and the 95th. Thank you Jason thank you Sean
Occupational hazards aye sean the women
Can you explain why a sword and not a bayonet
Even now sean the 3 success ing battalions of RGJ moving on from the antecedents were called Farmers, Handbags and Magpies so the Magpies were thieves and notorious
What was the ratio of Irishmen to British in the 95th Rifles at the time
Do you think that this casting has type cast you to a degree Sean
You are still on gold brilliant , can we share this on our website please www.memorialatpeninsula..org non profit organisation and Jason’s book going to be great
A Yorky will always say as it is isn’t that true Sean?
Hi Jason Hi sean great to hear you, a fabulous insight and thank you so much for portraying the antecedents of The Royal Green Jackets thanks from Memorial at Peninsula Limited Julie-Ann and Steve
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