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Military art prints and Scottish regimental military uniform prints showing the King's Own Scottish Borderers in military paintings of battle scenes by Douglas Anderson, Richard Simkin, Richard Caton Woodville and Harry Payne.

Raised in 1689 under the name of Earl Leven's Regiment becoming the 25th of Foot in 1751.

The Victoria cross has been won by six member's of the regiment. The first being awarded to Lt G H B Coulson DSO (1879 -1901) during the Boer war at Lambrechtfontein. 18th may 1901. posthumously awarded. Four being also awarded during   World War One and One during The Korean War

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Borderers in Town by Alan Herriot


Borderers in Town by Alan Herriot

The Kings Own Scottish Borderers, marching along Princess Street Edinburgh on the 11th of August each year to celebrate Minden day.


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1st Battalion Kings Owns Scottish Borderers. The Derryard Action, Co Fermanagh, December 13th 1989 by David Rowlands (GL)


1st Battalion Kings Owns Scottish Borderers. The Derryard Action, Co Fermanagh, December 13th 1989 by David Rowlands (GL)

On a dark winter evening, the Permanent Vehicle Check Point (PVCP) north of Rosslea, close to the border with Monaghan, was manned by 8 soldiers commanded by Corporal Robert Duncan. In response to a threat to the border locations an additional 4-man team commanded by Corporal Ian Harvey was on external patrol. From the direction of the border a specially armour-plated lorry, with about twelve terrorists intent on destroying the base stopped, and as Private Houston checked the back of it, automatic gunfire opened up from Armalite and AK47 rifles. Grenades were thrown into the base, and a flame-thrower was aimed at the command sangar. Two RPG7 Rockets were fired at the observation sangar. Heavy suppressive fire continued as the lorry reversed and smashed its way into the compound. Two soldiers were killed. The truck drove out of the devastated PVCP, and a red transit van drove in, laden with explosives. Fortunately only the booster charge exploded. As the patrol came up rapidly,.........


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Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Richard Simkin


Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Richard Simkin



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The 25th Kings Own Scottish Borderers by G Douglas Giles. (P)


The 25th Kings Own Scottish Borderers by G Douglas Giles. (P)



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Raising the Regiment - The Kings Own Scottish Borderers. March 1689  by Terence Cuneo


Raising the Regiment - The Kings Own Scottish Borderers. March 1689 by Terence Cuneo

Originally the 25th Foot, the regiment was raised in Edinburgh on 18th March 1689 by David Leslie, 3rd Earl of Leven, for the defence of the city against the Jacobites during the Glorious Revolution that brought William of Orange to England. Records show that the regiment was completely recruited to a strength of 1,000 men within the space of two hours. They were soon required for active service and at the battle of Killiecrankie underwent their baptism of fire against the rebel Highlanders led by Claverhouse. Recognition of the fighting spirit of Levens Edinburgh Regiment came at once in the spontaneous conferment on it, by the Provost of Edinburgh, of the exclusive privilege to recruit by beat of drum in the city on any day, except Sunday, without first asking the permission of the Lord Provost. A further privilege was conferred later, which remains to this day, of marching through the City of Edinburgh with bayonets fixed and Colours flying. In 1782 the historic title of The Edinbu.........


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Corporal wheeler dragging a wounded cyclist scout into the shelter of a ditch under the enemys fire.


Corporal wheeler dragging a wounded cyclist scout into the shelter of a ditch under the enemys fire.

On October 17th 1915, corporal Harold Ernest Wheeler, of the 2nd Kings Own Scottish Borderers, had just ridden with a patrol, consisting of a Lance Corporal and ten men of the 5th Divisional Cyclist Company, into the village of Lorgies in anticipation that it had been evacuated by the enemy, when, to their surprise, the Germans opened fire in them from some houses. Corporal wheeler thereupon ordered the patrol to retire, but after going a short distance he saw that one of the men had been hit and was lying in the roadway. Going back at great risk to he, dragged the wounded man into the shelter of a ditch by the roadside and the rejoined the rest of the patrol.


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Lance-Corporal M. Parker Holding Turks At Bay In A Mine Gallery.


Lance-Corporal M. Parker Holding Turks At Bay In A Mine Gallery.

The emergency in which Lance- Corporal Parker, of the 5th Kings Own Scottish Borderers, proved his prowess was as unexpected as formidable. Parker and his men was on the Gallipoli Peninsula on the 14th September 1915, constructing under the Turkish trenches a mine gallery, which suddenly broke into a hostile gallery. A weird subterranean contest then began. Parker held off the Turks with his rifle though they fired on him and threw bombs at him. Then he was driven out by fumes, but returned and filled up the breach so that a charge might be laid and the enemy's works destroyed. He was awarded the D.C.M.


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Sergeant Major, 25th Foot 1768 by P H Smitherman


Sergeant Major, 25th Foot 1768 by P H Smitherman

Most of the pictures and portraits upon which we rely for information depict officers or privates, sometimes sergeants, but very rarely sergeant-majors. The details of this print come from a contemporary water-colour of several members of the regiment, of whom one is the sergeant-major. his uniform, with its silver lace and smart cut, resembles that of an officer, as it would today. The arrangement of the brim of the hat is worthy of notice. We have seen it develop from earlier pictures to the tricorne shape. Now the front cock has almost disappeared and it is beginning to resemble the modern version of the cocked hat, worn, for instance, by the quartermasters of the Foot Guards. A turned-down collar rather similar to this is shown on the coats of several privates of the Foot Guards depicted in the Blenheim Tapestries, but it was a fashion which must have been very short lived then, because there is no sign of it subsequently until about this date when it was worn almost univers.........


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