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Title: “Per Mare Per Terram” = By Sea and by Land
Other Titles: By Sea and by Land
Authors: Roberts, Brian
Keywords: French Blockade, 1798-1800
Malta -- Politics and government -- History -- French occupation, 1798-1800
Malta -- Politics and government -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Bars (Drinking establishments) -- Malta -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Għaqda Mużikali ‘Imperial’ (Mellieħa, Malta) -- History
Għaqda Mużikali ‘Imperial’ (Mellieħa, Malta) -- Heraldry
Għajn Tuffieħa Barracks (Mġarr, Malta) -- History
Great Britain. Royal Marines -- Anniversaries, etc.
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Mellieħa : Għaqda Mużikali ‘Imperial’
Citation: Roberts, B. (2014). “Per Mare Per Terram” = By Sea and by Land. Festa Marija Bambina, Mellieħa, 2014, 103-104.
Abstract: 2014 is a very special year in the history of the Royal Marines being the 350th anniversary of the corps. In this article we find information on how the English removed the last of the French garrison from the islands ; the training camps of Mellieha; the bars with a historical connection with the royal marines as Jessie's bar in Swieqi and the Commando Bar in Mellieha. There is a reference to the emblems of both the Imperial band club and the Royal Marines which are nearly the same.
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