Foreign News: Proper Bloody Ruckus

No matter how it is steeped, garrison life for occupation troops near the provincial Lower Saxony town of Wolfenbuttel is a weak dish of tea. But something new and refreshingly British was added when the young Marquess of Blandford, son of the Duke of Marlborough, took up station there as captain in the Life Guards, one of Her Majesty's oldest and finest regiments. The Marquess, a real sporting chap, brought not only his young bride but also the ducal hounds. The 25-year-old Marquess and his fellow officers had no trouble rounding up pink coats, and the hunt was on.

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