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Scottish Battle Weapons

The Last Scot's Army 1661-1714

The Scottish Highlanders and Their... Regiments

Pipes of War

Pipes of War: A Record of the... Achievements of Pipers of Scottish and Overseas Regiments During the War 1914-18

With the 8th Scottish Rifles 1914-1919

The Scottish Regiments

The Scottish Regiments (Europa Militaria...

The London Scottish in the Great War

The London Scottish in the Great War

Music of the Scottish Regiments

Music of the Scottish Regiments

Scottish Highlanders and Their Regiments

Scottish Soldiers

The Clans, Septs and Regiments of the... Scottish Highlands 1934

The Scots Guards

The Scots Guards

Royal Highland Regiment

Royal Highland Regiment: The Black... The Black Watch, Formerly 42nd and 73rd Foot.Medal Roll.1801-1911

Wellington's Highlanders

Wellington's Highlanders (Men-at-arms S.)

Royal Scots Greys

Royal Scots Greys (Men-at-arms S.)

Book of the Royal Scots

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Highland Clansman

Highland Clansman, 1689-1746 (Histories)


Highlander: Fearless Celtic Warrior...

18th Century Highlanders

18th Century Highlanders (Men-at-arms S.)


Scottish Battle Weapons

Scots Armies of the English Civil War

Scots Armies of the English Civil War... This volume deals with the arms, equipment and organisation of the little-known Scots armies involved in the English Civil Wars, including the armies of the Marquis of Montrose and the Scots armies that fought against Oliver Cromwell.

Highland Swordsmanship

Highland Swordsmanship The Scottish Highlander has been romanticized in poetry, song and legend, immortalized in the figures of Bonnie Prince Charlie and Rob Roy. His reputation as a fierce fighter and deadly swordsman was more than a myth however: a proud tradition of Scottish fencing masters taught the use of the backsword, smallsword, target and dirk in the 17th-19th centuries. From the 'Anglicized' upper-class Sir William Hope to the bawdy soldier-turned-fencing master Donald MacBane, who ran his fencing salon out of his wife's brothel, these masters were as colorful and diverse as the Scottish people themselves.

No Quarter Given: The Muster Roll of... Prince Charles Edward Stuart's Army, 1745-46.

Mutiny: Highland Regiments in Revolt,... 1743-1804.

Highland Soldier: A Social Study of the... Highland Regiments, 1820-1920.

The Strathspey Mutineers: A History of... the 1st Highland Fencible Regiment 1793-1799.

The Elephant at War: Second Battalion... Seaforth Highlanders 1939-1945.

The Story of the Lovat Scouts: 1900-1980... with Contributions to 2000.

Volunteer Regiments of England,Scotland... Wales 1806.

The Highland Division: The Army at War...

Routes, Roads, Regiments and Rebellions:... A Brief History of the Life and Work of General George Wade (1673-1748) the Father of the Military Roads in Scotland.

Swords and Sword Makers Scotland

Swords and Sword Makers of England and... Scotland. This monumental book, the largest ever published on the topic, is the culmination of the author's research. Among the tremendous amount of material of use to collectors and historians is detailed information, much of it never-before-published, on: English sword makers from the 14th century and Scottish makers from the 16th century all the way through the renowned Wilkinson Sword Company and other major sword manufacturers of today. The important early English sword- and blade-making communities of Hounslow Heath and Shotley Bridge, and the influential Cutlers Company of London. The many types of craftsmen associated with sword production, including hilt, blade and scabbard makers and decorators; and goldsmiths and silversmiths who decorated, mounted, assembled and sold swords. The book concludes with dozens of beautiful illustrations of hilt designs taken directly from famed sword hilt maker Matthew Boulton's 18th-century pattern book and over 450 spectacular photographs of English and Scottish swords of every type and era from some of the world's major collections.

Scottish Regiments 1633-1996

Scottish Regiments 1633-1996 * the:... The men of the Scottish regiments have left a history of battle honors that is unmatched in warfare. Wherever they have fought, the sound of the pipes and the sight of the tartan has struck terror into their enemies. In this comprehensive volume, Patrick Mileham covers all the regiments and every campaign-a stunning tour of military history at the far reaches of the empire in the company of heroes.

The Scottish Regiments

The Scottish Regiments This regiment-by-regiment survey traces the origins and history of Scotland's fighting men, from their organization in the 17th and 18th centuries through to their participation in the campaigns in the Falklands and the Gulf. This book looks beyond uniforms and military hardware to reveal the traditions, character and individuality of the regiments of the Scottish Division, past and present. For each regiment, the topics covered include badges and mottoes, tartans and clan affiliations, battle honours, Victoria Cross winners, music, toasts and allied and affiliated regiments.

The Scottish Soldier of Fortune

The Scottish Soldier of Fortune: Their... dventures and Achievements in the Armies of Europe. Details the adventures and achievements during the 16th and 17th centuries of not only Scottish individuals, but in some instances entire Scottish regiments. More than 40,000 Scottish soldiers were in action on the continent during this era. Their stories were omitted from most Scottish histories. Scotsmen trained the armies and founded the fleets of Russia. For generations the old Scots Brigade of immortal memory was the boasted 'Bulwark of Holland'. Second to none in war and glory were the Scottish guard of the French Kings, that guard of which only four were left alive when Francis I gave up his sword on the field of Paris.

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