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April 19, 2003
A letter of praise from Britain's Prince of Wales addressed to the
Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion...
Iraq, Iraq - Republic of
A LETTER OF PRAISE FROM BRITAIN'S PRINCE OF WALES ADDRESSED TO COLONEL
COLLINS IS SEEN IN IRAQ.
A letter of praise from Britain's Prince of Wales addressed to the
Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, Colonel
Tim Collins, is seen at the Regiment's position on the Iran-Iraq border
on April 19, 2003. The letter, sent from Charles's Highland retreat of
Birkhall, described Collins' oration as 'stirring, civilised and
humane' and congratulated him on 'the highest traditions of military
leadership'. It arrived on Good Friday to the joy of the Colonel's men,
in the 1st Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, who fought their way further
north than any British troops and are currently peace-keeping on the
Iran-Iraq border. REUTERS/POOL/Sarah Oliver-The Mail on Sunday

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