Regimental Hymns of The King's Royal Hussars
Regimental Hymns used to be played every Thursday afternoon at l600 hrs when the Regiment had a band; this was a tradition dating back to when the 10th Hussars served in Ireland in the mid nineteenth century. Colonel Valentine Baker, who commanded the 10th from the 30th March 1860 to the 26th March 1873, started the hymns to encourage pride in the Regiment at a particularly difficult time. The Fenian agents said that the 10th Hussars were impossible to corrupt because of the high standard of the Regiment's soldiers; they were said to be picked men.
The Regimental Hymns of The King's Royal Hussars are: