5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial Force), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
The Great War homepage of the 5th (Angus & Dundee) Battalion (Territorial Force), Black Watch (Royal Highlanders).
Ancestry.com - Search Military Records
Ancestry.com has searchable indexes; database results and some digitized images are available with a fee-based subscription.
United Kingdom Military
Dispatch Military Journal
Journal for Scottish Military History and Regiments, Scottish Military Historical Society.
Grave Location for Holders of the Victoria Cross in Scotland
From the National Archives of Scotland.
Polonica In Scotland
A guide to World War Two Polonica including, Memorials, Tableaux, Plaques & other physical manifestations of the Polish presence in Scotland. It also includes Pre-War items as well as information on Post-War Polonica.
Wellshill Cemetery Perth
Register of the Polish Casualties
Scottish Military Historical Society - Index of Military Sites To Visit
The Black Watch
The Black Watch Archive
Dedicated to the history of the Black Watch Regiment of Scotland.
The London Gazette
Searchable online database for the London Gazette - one of the official newspapers of record in the United Kingdom.
Search the London Gazette Archive
World War I Records (1914-1920) and World War II Records (1939-1948). Particularly useful for finding awards of medals, mentions in despatches, and officer promotions & postings.
The Scots At War Project
A tribute to the men and women who served their country in the 20th century. Includes information on genealogy for Scottish soldiers.
Genealogical Help Service - Ancestor Hunting
Genealogical Help Service - The Armed and Civilian Services
Military Service Museums for Scotland
The Scottish War Memorials Project
The Silver Whistle - (An Fhideag Airgid)
Stories of 18th century Scottish servicemen.
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Royal Scottish Navy
Yahoo! Groups - scottish_war_prisoners · Scottish War Prisoners
A mailing list for those interested in tracing soldiers who were captured at the Battle of Dunbar (1650) or Battle of Worchester (1651) and sent to the American colonies.
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