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Dror Ben David
Dror Ben David • 1 year ago

Lance Corporal piper Garnet Wolseley Fyfe, KIA 1 July 1916. The Tyneside Scottish Brigade wore the Northumberland plaid, or 'Shepherd's tartan'.

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  • Garret LeBuis

    And silk stockings when the weather turned cool. Because men back then could be both tough and fabulous. But, in all seriousness, the war was horrible and these guys were homeric in their fortitude.

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