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British; Gordon Highlanders Hand over Castle Duties end of 1966.

Gordon Highlanders Hand over Castle Duties to the Scots Guards April or March

British/Scottish  WW2  "The ferocious tactics of the Black Watch led to their acquiring the nickname 'Ladies from Hell' from the German troops"

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.

Gordon Highlanders, WWI

Troops of the Gordon Highlanders and ammunition limbers moving up to the forward area on the Albert - Bapaume road, near La Boisselle, July 1916

The Gordon Highlanders.Tuck Oilette postcard No 8871,Regimental Badges and Their Wearers, (The Gay Gordons) Artist Harry Payne . World War I (1914 - 1918)

Tuck Oilette Postcard,Artist Harry Payne,Badges and the Wearer,Gordon Highlander

The Gordon Highlanders.Tuck Oilette postcard No 8871,Regimental Badges and Their Wearers, (The Gay Gordons) Artist Harry Payne . World War I (1914 - 1918)

The answer to the age old Question: " What is worn under a kilt?" Answer: "Nothing."

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

Top - 71st Highland Light Infantrymen. Bottom - Sergeant 68th Durham Light Infantry and RSM 85th Light Infantry.

Trumpeter, Colour Sergeant & Piper, , Sergeant & Sergeant-Major 1808 by Patrice Courcelle

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