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The Home Guard during WW2 was split up into Districts and battalions instead of regiments like the regular Army and wore these special shoulder tittles to show what District/ country they served in.
Each Home guard member would wear on each shoulder of either his battledress or denims a set of letters and below a number to match with his battalion.
These badges are printed black letters on a Khaki background with a dotted line when the badge should be folded back and sewn just like originals issued in the war.
You can combine numbers to form higher battalion numbers IE 1 and 0 for 10th battalion
Normally the cap badge worn was of the Country Regimental badge like the Regular Army
Supplied in pairs
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