51st Highland Division
Formed in 1908 in a reshuffle of the Territorial Army; served with distinction in both World Wars; disbanded in 1967. Includes a history, online museum, list and photos of memorials, and a collection of reminiscences.
The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment)
Offers a history of this elite Highland military regiment, their battle honours, customs, and traditions. Also includes details of the regimental museum and their association which helps those who have served and their dependents.
Provides a history of the Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons) which existed from 1961 to 1994, with details of regimental associations for the Queens Own Highlanders, Seaforth Highlanders, Cameron Highlanders, and affiliated units.
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Offers a history of the regiment, its battle honours, Lanarkshire connections, and disbanding in 1986; also includes details of their museum, a forum, and a multimedia gallery.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum
Preserves the legacy of the Gordon Highlanders, recruited from north-east Scotland; includes a history of the regiment, with information their museum in Aberdeen, its exhibitions and collections, and educational activities.
The Guards Museum
Houses collections of artefacts relating to the five regiments of Foot Guards, the Grenadier, Coldstream, Scots, Irish and Welsh Guards. Includes a visitor guide, events diary, and details of their educational activities.
The Highlanders’ Museum
A museum in Fort George, near Inverness, commemorating the history of the Seaforth Highlanders, The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders and the Queen’s Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons).
The King’s Own Scottish Borderers
Information about the regimental association and museum, with a history and battle honours, FAQ for family historians, forum, and links to The Royal Regiment of Scotland into which it was amalgamated.
Dedicated to the men of the 15th (Service) Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment, raised in 1914, and the majority of whom were killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Includes a history and individual biographies.
The Machine Gun Corps
Remembers the men who served in these units in World War I; includes a history, details of membership, events diary, and contacts.
Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth & Camerons)
Remembers a regiment formed in 1961, now the 4th Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland; includes a history, memories of campaigns, a list of VCs awarded to members of the regiment, and a history of the Lovat Scouts.
The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment)
Offers a history of the oldest regiment in the British Army, the senior Infantry Regiment of the Line; now amalgamated into the Royal Regiment of Scotland. Also includes details of the regimental association, museum in Edinburgh Castle, pipe bands, journal, and a forum.
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum
A visitor guide to their museum and its collections, held in Edinburgh Castle. Also provides a history of Scotland's only cavalry regiment, its battle honours and musical traditions.