Men from the 2nd Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, in 1915.


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9 January 1917.

Battle of Rafa. British drive Ottomans out of Sinai.

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11 Jan. to 13 Mar. 1917.

British raid the Ancre.

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16 January 1917.

Germany offers Mexico an alliance against the United States.

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1 February 1917.

Return to unrestricted submarine warfare by Germany.

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23 February 1917.

British recapture Kut..

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23 February 1917.

German forces begin to withdraw to Hindenburg Line.

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July-September 2017

The Scotland’s War (1914-1919) quilts will be displayed in the King’s Own Scottish Borderers’ Museum at Berwick-Upon-Tweed. They will then feature in the National Quilting Exhibition at Ingliston. The title of the quilting exhibit is Scotland’s War – Our Story in Quilts. The quilts have already featured in The Andrew Carnegie Museum at Dunfermline, The Scottish Parliament, Central Library in Edinburgh and The Priory, South Queensferry. (Piper Daniel Laidlaw, left)

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