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Now this video was originally going tobe just a very basic overview of thelifeguards as a whole we were going totalk about their uniforms or history aswell as their modern-day practices butreading through just their uniformsalone I realized there is a great dealof material that I didn't really want toskip over any of them so rather thantalking about just the uniforms of thelifeguards for a very short amount oftime and then largely repeating a lot ofthis information in the next video onthe Blues and Royals let's just combinethe two in one comprehensive video onthe uniforms of the household cavalry Music now the most immediate way to tell thesetwo regiments apart would be theirtunics the lifeguards wearing the brightscarlet tunics and the Blues and Royalswearing a dark blue appropriate to theirname often time above these tunics wewill see the cavalry wearing brightpolished Kier asses originally fromabout 1661 until 1730 these cure asseswere just a very dark black and thatthere was no ceremonial purpose to themat all they were only really worn in thefield between 1730 and 1820 in fact theydidn't have cure asses at all with thepolished kiosks which we know nowadaysbeing introduced in 1821 it's remainedlargely unchanged since that time wegone the armor the Life Guards havethey're very beautiful white plumedhelmets with B Strep being heldunderneath the lower lip which yes thatdoes sometimes cause complications it'simportant to keep in mind that thesestraps aren't so much intended toactually hold the helmet on the head butrather they're planned to deflect saberblows to the facewe blues Royals on the other hand havetheir red plumed helmets with the strapsbeing held in a much more comfortableposition at least so it seems underneaththe chin the current helmet design wasintroduced first in 1842 by PrinceAlbert's to replace the old bearskinstyle helmets which were used around1830s there have been minor changes tothe plume and the spike in 1856 and 81respectively but otherwise how much arelargely unchangedanother small difference between the tworegiments the Life Guards you mightnotice have a sort of bulbous onionshaped top to there plume rather thanthe Blues and Royals which have itloosely hanging down this originates tothe practice of the Second Life Guardsbefore the amalgamation of the 1st and2nd we'll talk more about that kneehistory video coming up and it comesfrom the way that Second Life Guardswould wash tie off and then dry theplume while cleaning it some moresimilarities each regiment has theirthigh high riding jack boots made ofleather the design of which dates from1812 each regiment on their backs alsocarries a cartridge box and these arefrom the days black-powder firearms whenthe soldiers would be carrying carbinesand pistols as well as theirsthese boxes have remained more or lessunchanged since 1856 carrying thosecartridge boxes we have white cross belteach with a...