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The Frontiersmen Historian Blog

The Frontiers of Truth
by Geoffrey A. Pocock

Frontiers of Truth

The University of Alberta Press
Publisher of
The Life and Adventures of Roger Pocock

by Geoffrey A. Pocock

Outrider of Empire

University of Alberta Archives Frontiersmen Collection
Canadian Northwest Territories Archives
Glenbow Archives, Calgary, Canada
National Archives of Canada
Imperial War Museum
Auckland War Memorial Museum
25thBn Royal Fusiliers (Frontiersmen)

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The Rt. Hon. The Countess Mountbatten of Burma has graciously agreed that from 2002, the Legion of Frontiersmen of the Commonwealth shall be known as "Countess Mountbatten's Own". This celebrates her family connection with the Legion of Frontiersmen going back to her grandfather, Prince Louis of Battenberg, a Founder-member of the Legion.

Other organisations in various countries have adopted the title of "Legion of Frontiersmen" without ever having been part of the original Legion. They are not permitted to include the name of the Countess Mountbatten in their title. As some of these organisations have only an imaginative version of Legion history and their aims and activities are different from the original Legion, we do not offer links to their websites.