National Geographic : 1944 Jun
Wales in Wartime 753 Welch Fusiliers Are Known by the "Flash" on Their Tunic Collars The cluster of black ribbons was designed in the days of powdered wigs to keep the tunic free of grease. This venerable regiment proudly wears it today, although wigs have long been discarded (page 755). © Fox, British Combine Tea Time Comes to Britain's Guerrilla Trainees Pack companies preparing for mountain fighting find the Welsh highlands an ideal training ground. Here a Y. M. C . A. Tea Car gives each man a spot of his favorite beverage.