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An introduction to the history of the 51st Highland Division.
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A brief outline of 51st (Highland) Division in the First World War 1914 - 1919
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A short history of the 8th Battalion The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) (8RS)
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A brief history of the 9th Battalion Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) (9RS)
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Black Watch Officers c 1914/15
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Black Watch Officers, c1914/15
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Men of Black Watch in a trench. c 1914 / 15
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A solider of the Seaforth Highlanders. Sutherland and Caithness. 152 Brigade. (c. 1914/15)
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This panoramic photograph has been pieced together from photos kindly sent to us by Ian Edmondson. There is an inscription overlay which reads "Highland Div. F.A.M.B. Mobilised for European War April 1915". The inscription is hard to decipher but it is thought the abbreviation reads FAMB, which according to the Army Medical Services Museum was an accepted abbreviation for "Field Ambulance".
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This is the cover note inserted into Volume 1 (of 2) of the Diary of Pte. MacPherson, 9th Royal Scots, Nov 1915 to May 1917.
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Sketch map by Pte. MacPherson, 9th Royal Scots, illustrating positions around River Somme around Eclusier, Frise and Curlu Villages. November - December 1915. Sketch forms part of MacPherson's Diary.