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Uploading a WW2 Photograph occasionally #90 Led by their piper, men of the 7th Seaforth Highlanders, 15th Scottish Division advance during Operation Epsom (Battle of the Odon), Normandy, 26th of June…
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Neslo S saved to Military Matters
The Regiments of Scotland:L to R, Black Watch, Highland Light Infantry, Scots Greys, Royal Scots, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Scots Guards, Royal Scots Fusiliers, Kings Own Scottish Borderers, Gordon Highlanders, Cameron Highlanders, Seaforth Highlanders, Cameronians.
Thanks to a person on another forum, I have confirmation this TOS was worn by the Royal Highland Fusiliers.I believe the hole in the middle of the middle of the tartan backing was for the white hackle. I've seen this same tartan flash/backing online for the Highland Light Infantry, but I presume ...
KRZYSZTOF GOÅ¹DZIK saved to Ii wojna światowa
Guard of Honour provided by 1st Batallion The Highlanders The 2002 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
Paul Ruzicka saved to Prague
whole: the image covers the main, headed by the regiment badge and held within a border of regimental tartan embellishedwith a roll of honour. The title is positioned across the top in green, with further text placed along the bottom also in green. All areset against a bright yellow background.image: four soldiers from The Cameronians, in ceremonial dress, stand within a Scottish landscape.
I promised to send another police sword. This is the pattern for Thames River Police from 1798 and for the London Metropolitan Police from 1829. Unlike the Counties pattern, it is longer, not so curved and has bars on the guard. This is dated 1867 - when the Met. ordered new weapons for the Irish...
Morvius Lennone saved to Uniformi WW I
Sponsored by The Highland Society of London and The Caledonian Society of London, The London Scottish Rifle Volunteers were raised in 1859, under the command of Lt Col Lord Elcho (later The Earl of Wemyss and March)& recruited from Scotsmen resdent in London. Changes in the unit's title up un...
Andrew Griego saved to The Great War in Art
That Explains the Kilts - Demotivational Posters to Demotivate You - Work Harder, Not Smarter. To put the cart before the horse, and to never do what is best for you.
Rachel Chambers saved to Funny
Donald Gordon portrait from 'Queen Victoria's Highlanders of Scotland' (1870). See the full range of Gordon tartans in our gallery.
August du Pont saved to Kilt