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Piper MacDonald of the Seaforth Highlanders plays to some of the troops who make up the Highland Division while they rest during a march in the Western Desert, 23 September 1942.

Piper MacDonald of the Seaforth Highlanders plays to some of the troops who make up the Highland Division while they rest during a march in the Western Desert, 23 September 1942.

Landsknechte would use the arquebus, the precursor to the musket. When the Landsknechte were first formed, arquebusiers composed up to an eighth of the total number of soldiers, but the number gradually grew to be about a quarter.

Landsknechte would use the arquebus, the precursor to the musket. When the Landsknechte were first formed, arquebusiers composed up to an eighth of the total number of soldiers, but the number gradually grew to be about a quarter.

Gordon Highlander, WWI

Gordon Highlander, WWI

"Plate The most famous plate of the set shows the chief of the Mac Sweynes seated at dinner and being entertained by a bard and a harper." John Derricke’s publication 'Image of Irelande', is a series of satirical anti-Irish and anti-Catholic woodcuts.

Tomb effigy of a mail clad warrior.  Reputed to be a Burke.  Glinsk, Co. Galway, Ire. (late 15th cent. (1450-1490's))

Tomb effigy of a mail clad warrior. Reputed to be a Burke. Glinsk, Co. Galway, Ire. (late 15th cent. (1450-1490's))

Detail from 1631 Stettin Print

Detail from 1631 Stettin Print

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