Where are the faithful servants?
I was reminded of Winston Churchill's December 26th 1941 speech to the US Congress:
He must indeed have a blind soul who cannot see that some great purpose and design is being worked out here below, of which we have the honour to be faithful servants.
. . .I am a child of the House of Commons. I was brought up in my father's house to believe in democracy. 'Trust the people' - that was his message. I used to see him cheered at meetings and in the streets by crowds of working men way back in those aristocratic Victorian days when, as Disraeli said, the world was for the few, and for the very few. Therefore I have been in full harmony all my life with the tides which have flowed on both side of the Atlantic against privilege and monopoly, and I have steered confidently towards the Gettysburg ideal of 'government of the people, by the people, for the people'. I owe my advance entirely to the House of Commons, whose servant I am.
Some of those faithful servants, the Royal Anglians, are shown below.