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KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS: Military postcard (C12622)

KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS: Military postcard (C12622)

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British; King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Officer’s helmet plate c.1884-1901

King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Officer’s helmet plate

25th Regiment of Foot, Menorca, 1771 (c) attributed to Giuseppe Chiesa

Regiment of Foot, Menorca, 1771 (c) attributed to Giuseppe Chiesa

Lt Gustavus Hamilton Blenkinsopp Coulson VC DSO 1st Bn KOSB 18th May 1901 Lambrechfontein South Africa(Boer War)

Lt Gustavus Hamilton Blenkinsopp Coulson VC DSO 1st Bn KOSB 18th May 1901 Lambrechfontein South Africa(Boer War)

Sergeant Major Robert Middlemiss of the 2nd Kings Own Scottish Borderers.  In 1889 he enlisted in Edinburgh serving until discharged upon being blinded by shrapnel during the Gallipoli campaign in 1915.  Following his “re-education” at a facility for the blind at St. Dunstan’s he was recruited by the Permanent Blind Relief War Fund to lead a fundraising and lecture tour of America and Canada in 1916-17, accompanied by his wife Beatrice.

Sergeant Major Robert Middlemiss of the 2nd Kings Own Scottish Borderers. In 1889 he enlisted in Edinburgh serving until discharged upon being blinded by shrapnel during the Gallipoli campaign in 1915. Following his “re-education” at a facility for the blind at St. Dunstan’s he was recruited by the Permanent Blind Relief War Fund to lead a fundraising and lecture tour of America and Canada in 1916-17, accompanied by his wife Beatrice.

British; King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1st Battalion. Two inch mortar team. In the pit is Private Tom Lapere, with Private Alec Ewan directing the fire.

King's Own Scottish Borderers,Two inch mortar team. In the pit is Private Tom Lapere, with Private Alec Ewan directing the fire.

Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Watson, 25th Regiment of Foot, Menorca, 1769 (c)  attributed to Giuseppe Chiesa

Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Watson with (from left) grenadiers of the and Regiments of Foot, their officers, and soldiers of Regiment of Foot, 1771 (c) attributed to Giuseppe Chiesa

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