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Bren Gun carrier of the Recce corps

Bren Gun carrier of the Recce corps

Berlin | Geteilte Stadt. Berliner Mauer. Checkpoint Charlie, 1961. Don McCullin

Berlin | Geteilte Stadt. Berliner Mauer. Checkpoint Charlie, 1961. Don McCullin

Men of 2nd Battalion, The Gordon Highlanders, supported by Churchill tanks of the 6th Guards Tank Brigade, fight their way into the town Kleve during Operation Veritable, february, 12th 1945

Men of 2nd Battalion, The Gordon Highlanders, supported by Churchill tanks of the 6th Guards Tank Brigade, fight their way into the town Kleve during Operation Veritable, february, 12th 1945

Major Albert Ward MBE MM, was the first quartermaster of the Royal Highland Fusiliers. This is my tribute gallery to my Father Major Albert Ward MBE MM. The Royal Highland Fusiliers gave my parents a wonderful life.

Bob Smethurst rescues World War One photographs from the rubbish dump. He is a former dustman and has amassed one of the Britain's best collections of WW1 photographs after spending decades rescuing them from rubbish tips and bins. The caption on the back of this photo reads: "Soldiers from the Scottish Regiment, taken in Flanders just as the men were waking up".

Former dustman's salvaged WW1 archive

Bob Smethurst rescues World War One photographs from the rubbish dump. He is a former dustman and has amassed one of the Britain's best collections of WW1 photographs after spending decades rescuing them from rubbish tips and bins. The caption on the back of this photo reads: "Soldiers from the Scottish Regiment, taken in Flanders just as the men were waking up".

Soldiers of the Queen - Lt. William Davidson Adams - Caithness Artillery Volunteers

Soldiers of the Queen - Lt. William Davidson Adams - Caithness Artillery Volunteers

A young Gordon Highlander in Walking Out dress as worn from 1916 onwards. Note that he wears the kilt without apron or sporran and is carrying a swagger stick.

A young Gordon Highlander in Walking Out dress as worn from 1916 onwards. Note that he wears the kilt without apron or sporran and is carrying a swagger stick.

Tanks in the British Army - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tanks in the British Army - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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