Tunic, Full Dress: Officer Cadet, Royal Military College
Single-breasted tunic of scarlet cloth, featuring a stand collar of dark blue cloth closed via hook and eye fastenings, epaulettes of dark blue cloth with the RMC cypher embroidered in yellow at the base, front fastening of eight buttons, pointed cuffs of dark blue cloth and metal belt hooks to either side of the waist. At the rear of the tunic's skirt are a pair of inward-facing, vertically-arranged double-point slash flaps, reaching from the bottom of the skirt to the waist seam and fitted with three decorative buttons at the points and at the waist seam. Several elements of the tunic are edged in white piping, these being the collar, the epaulettes, the front opening, the cuff points, the rear slash flaps and a vertical line in between the slash flaps. All buttons are of the brass King Edward VII cypher pattern. Internally, the tunic is lined in white padded cloth.
Evelyn Henry Tschudi Broadwood entered the Royal Military College at Sandhurst as a Cadet in 1908. This is the Full Dress Tunic he would have worn while there. Broadwood went on to serve as an Officer in the 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment on the Western Front during the First World War.