This website has been sponsored and funded by the Highland Division and Ross Bequest Trusts. The Trustees have recognised that, in addition to the splendid sculptures and memorials that exist to commemorate the exploits of the Division, there is pressing requirement to make the Division?s history more accessible and, in so doing, to create a living and educational memorial.
The aim of this website is to capture, present and preserve the glorious history of the Division as a dynamic and enduring memorial.
The Trustees are extremely grateful to the many Museums, Regiments, other institutions, and the large number of private individuals who have so generously provided a wealth of information, photographs and documents. We have attempted to credit each individual or organisation alongside content where appropriate (within 'supporting information' etc.) and have included details of our main benefactors on a credits page.
We must also pay tribute to the website designers, whose design and technical advice have been invaluable, and to our historian, Brigadier (Ret'd) C S Grant OBE without whose wealth of knowledge, passion for the subject, and immense hard work we would not be able to bring this to you.
Thank you for visiting the website of the 51st Highland Division - we hope that you find it a memorable and enjoyable experience.
This website was commissioned and funded by the trustees of the 51st Highland Division Trust Fund & the Highland Division Ross Bequest Fund. Both funds are charity organisations reg. in Scotland (charity no. SC005611 & SC002288 respectively).
The official website historian is Brigadier (Ret'd) C S Grant OBE.
This website has been redesigned and developed by Ian Livingstone.