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Drum Major Ian McGibbon of the Lorne Scots Regiment. (Canada) The Lorne's wear the tartan of Campbell of Argyll

Drum Major Ian McGibbon of the Lorne Scots Regiment. (Canada) The Lorne's wear the tartan of Campbell of Argyll

Seated from left to right is Joseph Numa, John Potter and James Deal, three soldiers of the Coldstream Guards. Crimean War, 1854-56. via reddit

Seated from left to right is Joseph Numa, John Potter and James Deal, three soldiers of the Coldstream Guards. Crimean War, 1854-56. via reddit

Scots Guards in their winter coats. Notice the red sash of the sergeant which signifies that he is a senior NCO

Scots Guards in their winter coats. Notice the red sash of the sergeant which signifies that he is a senior NCO

Hold Your Horses

Hold Your Horses

Highland Regiments 1914 1. Lt. Col, 5th Seaforth Highlanders 2. Piper, Black Watch 3. Colour Sergeant, 9th Royal Scots

Highland Regiments 1914 1. Lt. Col, 5th Seaforth Highlanders 2. Piper, Black Watch 3. Colour Sergeant, 9th Royal Scots

Sergeant "Willie" McGregor of the Scots Fusilier Guards, photographed in 1856 after the Crimean War, wearing the post-war tunic but with his Crimean beard.

Sergeant "Willie" McGregor of the Scots Fusilier Guards, photographed in 1856 after the Crimean War, wearing the post-war tunic but with his Crimean beard.

Gordon Highlanders c. 1950, this isn't my dad but his uniform was the same.

Gordon Highlanders c. 1950, this isn't my dad but his uniform was the same.

LargePipers

LargePipers

Lieutenant Thomas Arthur Letters 2nd Gordon Highlanders Killed in action Source : University of Glasgow Like many young men, he put his promising education on hold to fight a war and instead of returning to University to continue his medical studies in the session 1914-1915 he took a commission as Second Lieutenant in the 3rd Battalion of the Gordon Highlanders. The initial news early in 1915 was that Tommy was ‘missing, believed killed’.

Lieutenant Thomas Arthur Letters 2nd Gordon Highlanders Killed in action Source : University of Glasgow Like many young men, he put his promising education on hold to fight a war and instead of returning to University to continue his medical studies in the session 1914-1915 he took a commission as Second Lieutenant in the 3rd Battalion of the Gordon Highlanders. The initial news early in 1915 was that Tommy was ‘missing, believed killed’.

If your a soldier  at heart and scottish blood in your vanes this picture is for you

If your a soldier at heart and scottish blood in your vanes this picture is for you

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