bantarleton: “ The Charge of the Battalion Queens Own Cameron Highlanders at Escaut Canal, Belgium, 21 May 1940 by David Rowlands. The last Highland Regiment to wear a kilt in battle. Many Scottish units wore the kilt in combat during the First.
Black Watch - When wearing the kilt, it is customary for troops to "go regimental" or "military practice", wearing no underwear. In a Black Watch soldier received wide press exposure, because of windy conditions during a military ceremony in Hong Kong