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9 thoughts on “ With The Colors - The Gordon Highlanders - The Gordons On Parade (Cassette, Album)

  1. The Gordon Highlanders were formed in due to the need for more men in the battle against Napoleon. Rich with many deeds of heorism and gallantry, the Regiment has a reputation for steadfast action that is second to none; hence the Regimental motto "Bydand", that is, "Byde An Fecht", which means to "stand and fight".
  2. Fenrigor says:
    The Gordon Highlanders Military Band, Drums And Pipes* ‎– Here's To The Gordons Label: Talisman (2) ‎– STAL , Talisman (2) ‎– 0C
  3. Fenrikus says:
    Photo of Lieutenant C. Beattie of the Gordan Highlanders. The Gordon Highlanders was a line infantry regiment of the British Army that existed for years, from until , when it was amalgamated with the Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons) to form the Highlanders (Seaforth, Gordons and Camerons).
  4. Important message from The Gordon Highlanders Museum. Coronavirus (Covid) In light of the ever-evolving Covid situation, it was with a heavy heart that we decided to close The Gordon Highlanders Museum and Duchess Jean Tea Room to the public from pm 18 March until further notice.
  5. Fenrirr says:
    Photos showing the 5th/7th Gordon Highlanders on parade (c. /46, City unknown). Photo is part of a set sent to us by Dave Clark who's Father was Lieutenant James Henderson Clark of 5th/7th Gordon Highlanders. It is understand the parade was part of a ceremony to return a drum of the 5th Gordon Highlanders lost in
  6. Kazigal says:
    With Redvers Buller. "A splendid marching picture of the brave Gordons in bearskins and kilts passing before Lord Wolseley.".
  7. Oct 02,  · To confirm this theory, I checked the 'pension' records on Ancestry and found a file for William Birnie, 6th Gordon Highlanders. He was discharged in Feb , medically unfit. David, a check of the medal rolls at Kew will be necessary to confirm with which battalion(s) Arthur Hoile served.
  8. Voodoozil says:
    The Gordon Highlanders was formed from the amalgamation of the 75th and 92nd Regiments in Although the 75th was the numerically senior regiment, it was the 92nd Gordon Highlanders that predominated. Abercromby's Highlanders: The 75th was raised in Stirling in by Colonel Robert Abercromby of Tullibody, brother of Sir Ralph Abercromby.
  9. The Gordon Highlanders is an exclusive unit within the Commonwealth Army faction only available to Early Access players. The Gordon Highlanders were sent to France in September as part of the British Expeditionary Force. They served with the 51st (Highland) Division during the Battle of France, and were forced to surrender with only a handful of men escaping capture. The 2nd Battalion was.

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