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- The Royal Scots were also known as "First of foot, right of the line and the pride of the British army".
- The Royal Scots is a club and town house in the heart of the city of Edinburgh.
- Fus.) Important: A rare to regiment China Medal to the Royal Scots Fusiliers, which regiment provided only specialists on attachment for the Boxer Rebellion.
- Researchers should also note we have no connection with either the Royal Scots Fusiliers, The Royal Scots Greys or the Royal Scots Guards.
- This Regiment became the senior English Infantry Regiment of the Line, taking precedence after the Royal Scots (1st Foot).
- Cavalry regiments wear berets of a number of colours: Royal Scots Dragoon Guards and the King's Royal Hussars both wear a grey beret.
- The oldest surviving regular unit is the Royal Scots, founded in 1633.
- The regiment celebrated its 300th anniversary, inherited from the Royal Scots Fusiliers, at Redford Barracks, Edinburgh in 1978.
- Maj. Geoffrey Keyes, son of Sir Roger Keyes and a young Major in the Royal Scots Greys then in Redford Barracks in Edinburgh, put his name on the list.
- He also served briefly in the British Army on the Western Front in World War I, commanding the 6th Battalion of the Royal Scots Fusiliers.
- The tank went into service with the British Army in June 1998 with the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards in Germany and the last vehicles were delivered in 2002.
- The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards have an eagle on their cap badge to commemorate the capture of a French Imperial Eagle at Waterloo by the Royal Scots Greys.
- Royal Scots Borderers - planned as the amalgamation of the Royal Scots and the King's Own Scottish Borderers as part of Options for Change.
- The battalion was formed in August 2006 by the amalgamation of the Royal Scots and King's Own Scottish Borderers.
- In an attempt to prove himself to Charles, Desmond joins the Royal Scots Regiment of the British Army, only to end up in prison for failure to follow orders.
- The Royal Scots Regiment (Lothian Regiment) is the oldest in the British Army and as such is the senior Infantry Regiment of the Line.
- Raised in 1678 under Charles II, the Royal Scots saw their first action against their fellow Scots at the battle of Bothwell Bridge.
- Royal Scots at Waterloo by Brian Palmer Royal Scots 1st of Foot about to form square around their colours during the Battle of Waterloo.
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