Scottish uniforms of world war 2

Scottish uniforms of world war 2

U.S. ARMY - 82th Airbourne Division (All American) - A. Glider Infantry officer of 325th GIR - B. Glider Pilot

Airborne Division (All American) Equipment - Glider Infantry Officer, GIR - Glider Pilot - WWII

British Army North Africa. As usual, the Aussie is half-pissed and hands full of beer.

Commonwealth Soldiers North Africa I had this pin for months before I realized they were South African and Australian and the Aussie has a handful of beers!

British Commandos Middle East, 1942-45 - 1. Bren gunner, 2 Commando, 1944 - 2. Major A. Lassen, Special Boat Section, 1945 - 3. Private, 3 Commando, 1941

British Commandos Middle East, 1942-45 - 1. Bren gunner, 2 Commando, 1944 - 2. Major A. Lassen, Special Boat Section, 1945 - 3. Private, 3 Commando, 1941

British Commandos - Saint Nazaire Raid, 1942 - 1. Lieutenant Colonel Newman, 2 Commando - 2. Sergeant, 5 Commando - 3. Radio operator, 3 Commando

British Commandos - Saint Nazaire Raid, 1942 - 1. Lieutenant Colonel Newman, 2 Commando - 2. Sergeant, 5 Commando - 3. Radio operator, 3 Commando

British Commandos, Middle East, 1941 - 1. Colonel Keyes, 11 Commando (Scots), 1941 - 2. Commando "Layforce" - 3. Commando Middle East

British Commandos, Middle East, 1941 - 1. Colonel Keyes, 11 Commando (Scots), 1941 - 2. Commando "Layforce" - 3. Commando Middle East

BRITISH ARMY - North Africa, 1940-42 - 1) General Sir Archibald Wawell, Il Cairo, 1941 - 2) Lieutenant-General Richard O'Connor, Bardia 1940 - 3) Air Vice Marschal Arthur Coningham, Western Desert, 1942

BRITISH ARMY - North Africa, 1940-42 - 1) General Sir Archibald Wawell, Il Cairo, 1941 - 2) Lieutenant-General Richard O'Connor, Bardia 1940 - 3) Air Vice Marschal Arthur Coningham, Western Desert, 1942

“Desert Rat, 1940-1943" Un artillero británico Bren del octavo ejército, que llevaba orden de combate y rodeado de artículos de ropa y equipo usado o llevado en el desierto occidental.  De: Osprey Publishing, Guerrero 160 - Desert Rat, 1940-1943

“Desert Rat, A British Bren gunner of the Army, wearing fighting order and surrounded by items of clothing and equipment worn or carried in the Western Desert. From: Osprey Publishing’s,.

BRITISH ARMY - 1) Lance Corporal, British Infantry of the Line, 1940-43 - 2) Troop Sergeant Major, Royal Scots Grey, 1942 - 3) Private, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 1941-42

Small note, the kit bag of figure three has the name M Windrow stencilled on it. Martin Windrow was the original publisher, and later editor, of Osprey books.

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