Scots Guards

1st Battalion
August 1914 : in Aldershot. Part of 1st (Guards) Brigade, 1st Division.
14 August 1914: lamded at Le Havre.
25 August 1915 : transferred to 2nd Guards Brigade, Guards Division.

2nd Battalion
August 1914 : at Tower of London.
September 1914 : came under orders of 20th Brigade, 7th Division.
7 October 1914: landed at Zeebrugge,
9 August 1915 : transferred to 3rd Guards Brigade, Guards Division.

3rd (Reserve) Battalion
Formed at Chelsea Barracks during August 1914.

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Transport of the 2nd Battalion, Scots Guards passing through the town of Jabbeke during the 7th Division's march from Bruges to Ostend, 8 October 1914. Image Q657146 courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, with my thanks.

The Guards Memorial near Ginchy, Somme. This image courtesy of the excellent Somme 1916 website by Paul Reed, with my thanks.


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