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With effect from 1 October 2018 all Records of Service (including Officers) will be transferred to the Ministry of Defence and we will no longer be able to answer any queries about individuals who have served in the Regiment.

Please do not contact Regimental Headquarters Coldstream Guards for this service but send your enquiry to Army Disclosures, Army Personnel Centre, Kentigern House, 65 Brown Street, Glasgow G2 8EX

or visit: https://gov.uk/get-copy-military-service-records/apply-for-someone-else-records

We will endeavour to action requests up to and including 21 September which is the last date we can accept applications.

Histories of the Coldstream Guards

All fourteen volumes of the Coldstream Guards official histories dating back to 1650 are freely available online and can be seen on the following links:

·        The early history of the Coldstream Guards Godfrey Davies 1644 - 1661

·        Origin and services of the Coldstream Guards Colonel D Mackinnon 1650 - 1830

o   Volume 1

o   Volume 2

·        A history of the Coldstream Guards - Sir John Ross of Bladensburg  1815 - 1896

·        A history of the Coldstream Guards - Sir John Ross of Bladensburg  1815 - 1896

·        The Coldstream Guards, 1885 to 1914 - Sir John Hall

·        The Coldstream guards, 1914-1918 - Lieutenant-Colonel Sir John Foster George Ross-of-Bladensburg 1848-1926

·        The Coldstream Guards, 1914 - 1918
Sir John Ross of Bladensburg  [2 volumes & Maps]

·        The Coldstream Guards, 1920 -1946 - Sir Michael Howard & John Sparrow

·        The Coldstream Guards, 1946 -1970 - Richard Crichton

·        The Coldstream Guards 1650-2000, Second to None

·        Ten Years in Afghanistan: Guardsmen's Stories, 2005-2014