Transvaal Scottish Regiment, South Africa 1967 #20001

pipers in full dress wearing kilts of Murray of Tullibardine tartan Dating from 1902 the Transvaal Scottish Regiment is an infantry regiment of the South African Army

Transvaal Scottish regiment, South Africa

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PM Ackroyd of the Second Battalion Transvaal Scottish being presented with a pipe banner by the Colonel's wife Mrs Norma Thompson in 1946.

Pipers marry their pipes and live in sin with their wives

PM Ackroyd of the Second Battalion Transvaal Scottish being presented with a pipe banner by the Colonel's wife Mrs Norma Thompson in

Transvaal Scottish Regiment, South Africa 1967  #L23

Transvaal Scottish Regiment, South Africa 1967 #L23

Transvaal Scottish insignia.

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Transvaal Scottish

Are army kilts different from civilian ones? this page looks at the differences and explains why the kilt as we know it today would not exist if it wern't for the army.


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