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Stretcher bearers of the 1st Battalion, Glasgow Highlanders in France, 13 June 1940.
Stretcher bearers of the 1st Battalion, Glasgow Highlanders in France, 13 June 1940.
Men of the 5th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry training in the mountains near Inverness, Scotland, 22 October 1942.
Men of the 5th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry training in the mountains near Inverness, Scotland, 22 October 1942.
A 3.7-inch mountain howitzer of the 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment, Royal Artillery, attached to 52nd Division, on exercise at Trawsfynydd in Wales,
A 3.7-inch mountain howitzer of the 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment, Royal Artillery, attached to 52nd Division, on exercise at Trawsfynydd in Wales, sometime in 1942. The gun crew are wearing weatherproof anoraks, mountaineering breeches and woollen stockings.
Men of 'C' Company of the 4th Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, move up to attack a pillbox, the Netherlands, 11 December 1944.
Men of 'C' Company of the 4th Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, move up to attack a pillbox, the Netherlands, 11 December 1944.
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Presentation of colours and guidons to 108 units of the Territorial Force by King Edward VII at Windsor Palace, 19 June 1909
Presentation of colours and guidons to 108 units of the Territorial Force by King Edward VII at Windsor Palace, 19 June 1909
Late 19th-century volunteers of the 22nd Middlesex Rifle Volunteers (Central London Rangers)
Late 19th-century volunteers of the 22nd Middlesex Rifle Volunteers (Central London Rangers)
Richard Haldane, architect of the Territorial Force
Richard Haldane, architect of the Territorial Force
Lord Roberts, fierce critic of the Territorial Force and strong proponent of conscription as a better alternative
Lord Roberts, fierce critic of the Territorial Force and strong proponent of conscription as a better alternative