During the Napoleonic Wars the British Army realised that it needed skirmishers, as a result it raised 2 Rifle Regiments both armed with the icon Baker Rifle. This programme explains how the Riflemen of the 95th Rifles were dressed and equipped. It is an ideal accompaniment to our Series on the 95th Rifles.
Full length 4×4 Vehicle Equipment DVD video from the world’s most popular DVD series, first published in 2000, and revised in 2008. This is the third of Andrew St Pierre White’s 4×4 skills videos, with over 60 000 VHS tapes and DVDs sold worldwide. In this series are 4×4 RECOVERY, 4X4 OVERLAND and 4×4 DRIVING SKILLS.
Shows the need for safety guards on industrial equipment with hazardous moving parts. Shows various safety guarding devices with emphasis on proper installation, maintenance and repair.
This film shows the kit and equipment that the 42nd of Foot, The Black Watch wore and used at Waterloo. The Battalion was in 9 Bde of Picton's 5th Division and fought at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. The 8 British Battalions in Picton's Division were all Peninsula Battalions and most probably the most relaible in Wellington's Army. Hence their use at Quatre Bras and their position at Waterloo. The Division lost 43% of its men as casualties at Waterloo including Picton himself, Wellington's greatest fighting general.
A sales film about a plastic molding injection machine made by Stokes. Very very industrial and beautiful.