Scottish Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Edinburgh Militia Artillery Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1890-1900.

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A motor ambulance of the Scottish Womens’ Hospital broken down on a hill road, October 1916.

WWI, Oct Eastern Front: A motor ambulance of the Scottish Womens Hospital broken down on a hill road.

A gunner with 80th Medium Regiment (Scottish Horse) fusing a 4.5-inch shell, 31 July 1943.

A gunner with Medium Regiment (Scottish Horse) fusing a shell, 31 July

Victorian S-E Scotland Artillery Militia Offr’s FD Ceremonial No.1 Tunic.

Victorian S-E Scotland Artillery Militia Offr’s FD Ceremonial Tunic. Note the Boer War ribbon

Men of the 4th (Highland) Mountain Brigade with 2.75 inch mountain gun, Kamberli, Salonika Front, in June 1918 just before the final offensive that caused the collapse of Bulgaria and the German southern protective belt June 1918.

Men of the (Highland) Mountain Brigade with inch mountain gun, Kamberli, Salonika Front, in June 1918 just before the final offensive that caused the collapse of Bulgaria and the German southern protective belt June

PHOTOGRAPHS RELATING SERVICE H T ANDREW MEDICAL OFFICER WITH 29TH DIVISION DURING... (HU 105637)   A 10-pounder mountain gun and crew from 4th (Highland) Mountain Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery (RGA) in the British lines at Cape Helles, Gallipoli

mountain gun and crew from (Highland) Mountain Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery (RGA) in the British lines at Cape Helles, Gallipoli

Ditchburn Bonney, of 151st Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Artillery, poses for a photograph with his crew in front of their 25pdr, presumably during training exercises somewhere in the UK.

Ditchburn Bonney, of Ayrshire Yeomanry, Royal Artillery, poses for a photograph with his crew in front of their presumably during training exercises somewhere in the UK.

1ST Fife and Forfar Yeomanry (79th Armoured Brigade), Churchill CrocodileTank

[Photo] Churchill Crocodile flamethrower tank somewhere in Europe, circa

Old photograph of an Army Medical Corps soldier from St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

Old photograph of an Army Medical Corps soldier from St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

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