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The badges of some British regiments had a white horse that was not derived from the arms of Hanover:
David Prothero, 2 June 1999
When the elector of Hanover became king of England the white horse seems to have been given prominence in other iconography. This may have been because, as others have noted, it was already a German symbol well accepted in England. The white horse of Hanover seems to be associated with the motto Nec Aspera Terrent, and the white horse of Kent with the motto Invicta.
T.F. Mills, 3 June 1999
by Mike Oettle, 17 January 2002
The flag to be flown in the diocese of Rochester is the flag of St George with, in the canton, a shield of the arms: Argent on a saltire gules an escallop or.
Mike Oettle, 17 January 2002