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The Blue Bonnets - Various - The Scottish Regiments

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  1. The Balmoral is a traditional Scottish hat that can be worn as part of formal or informal Highland dress. Developed from the earlier blue bonnet, dating to at least the 16th century, it takes the form of a knitted, soft wool cap with a flat crown. It is named after Balmoral Castle, a royal residence in Scotland. It is an alternative to the similar and related Tam o' Shanter cap and the Glengarry bonnet.
  2. Check out All The Blue Bonnets Are Over The Border by US Marine Corps Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's) Pipes & Drums/Third Marine Aircraft Wing Band on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on industrial.chartgenie.netinfo
  3. Sep 27,  · A view of the Scottish country taken from across Scotland! Some of the photographs were taken by friends. Accompanied by the music of The Pipes and Drums of The London Scottish Regiment .
  4. Discover the Scottish regiments who served in the First World War. Learn facts about their origins, traditions and histories leading up to WW1. Scotland has a long and unique military heritage that stretches way beyond World War I when the traditions of tartan, kilt and bagpipes became intrinsic emblems of Scottish identity.
  5. The Royal Westminster Regiment “The Maple Leaf Forever” The Calgary Highlanders “The Highland Laddie” and “Blue Bonnets Over the Border” Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke “Queen City” The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada “The Piobaireachd of Donald Dhu” The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's) “Blue Bonnets Over the Border”.
  6. Oct 24,  · The Scots had a long history in the British Army. The 1st Regiment of Foot, or Royal Scots, was the oldest regiment in the king’s forces, with origins dating back to the s. In fact, the 1st Foot had such seniority that it was nicknamed “Pontius Pilate’s Bodyguard.” But Scottish Highlanders were quite a different matter.

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