Museum Regimentsverzameling Brigade en Garde Prinses Irene

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The history of the collection During the first Regiment Day (1993) in Oirschot, the Museum Brigade and Garde Prinses Irene were opened by Regimental Commander Lieutenant Colonel der Fuseliers Leen Noordzij. The museum and the collection of the Garderegiment have been around for much longer, but with the transfer of the tradition from 13 Painfbat to 17 Painfbat, a new chapter began.

In the past, the Corps Collection of the Garderegiment Fuseliers Prinses Irene main…

The history of the collection During the first Regiment Day (1993) in Oirschot, the Museum Brigade and Garde Prinses Irene were opened by Regimental Commander Lieutenant Colonel der Fuseliers Leen Noordzij. The museum and the collection of the Garderegiment have been around for much longer, but with the transfer of the tradition from 13 Painfbat to 17 Painfbat, a new chapter began.

In the past, the Corps Collection of the Garderegiment Fuseliers Prinses Irene mainly served for its own tradition experience. Visitors were at most war veterans or participants in, for example, a reunion or activity. Young (conscripted) Fuseliers learned in this way about the history and traditions of the Regiment. They received explanations, and the objects from the Corps Collection were used to illustrate this. This continues to this day with a so-called "red patten test," where newly placed Fuseliers have to find answers to questions about the history of the Regiment and its traditions.

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Eindhovensedijk 42
5688 GN OIRSCHOT
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