100 years of the Royal Signals
1920 – 2020
Celebrating the Corps Centenary in 2020
On this day
Events that have shaped Corps history and heritage
100 objects, 100 years of the Royal Corps of Signals 1920 – 2020
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The Corps Centenary Service
29th February 2020
The Royal Signals Colonel-in-Chief Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, Princess Anne of Edinburgh seen chatting to Royal Signals veterans and in-pensioners from The Royal Hospital, Chelsea following the Centenary Service which was held at Salisbury Cathedral on the 29th February 2020.
The service was attended by serving and retired members of The Corps and their families.
The Royal Warrant
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On This Day…
On this day articles written by Martin Skipworth a volunteer and former Head of Research at the museum with supporting material from Adam Forty (Museum Business Manager).
On the 25th May 1844, Samuel Morse first successfully transmitted news of a House vote from the U.S. Capitol to a newspaper via telegraph.
On the 24th May 1921 the British Legion was formed by veterans of the Great War with a Royal Charter granted in 1925.
On the 23rd May 1944 the successful breakout from the Anzio beachhead area began. This later resulted in the capture of Rome.
History of Signalling in 100 Objects
Celebrating 100 years of The Royal Corps of Signals 1920-2020
Written by Lt Col (Retd) Ron Abbott, who served in the Corps for 34 years before retiring in 1998 based on an idea by, and with contributing features from, Col (Retd) Terry Canham and The Royal Signals Museum
As part of the build up to the Corps Centenary in 2020 – the Museum has worked with the Corps to identify 100 objects which have formed part of the history of Signalling in general and the Corps in particular. Many of the objects are held by the Museum do look out for them when you visit.