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Links to Other Web Sites About The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

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1.   The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders,
News and Events of the Regional Associations

A comprehensive record of the 1st Bn The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders from 1945 to the present day, diligently researched and presented. This web site is packed with information on important events, people, photographs and Battalion postings around the world.

It also serves as an excellent reference guide for an account of the Argyll's activities since WWII, including the contents of the "TRL".

Here you will be able to read about your time, events and location of service in the Battalion - an experience which is guaranteed to bring back some happy memories of your old Argyll pals.

A big vote of thanks is due to Alan Young for his unstinting efforts in providing for us all such a wealth of information.

2.   The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders,
RHQ, Stirling Castle, Scotland

This web site is about the Regimental Museum which has been established in the King's Old Building of the Castle.

It is one of the most fascinating museums in Scotland with displays which include Pictures, Uniforms, Weapons, Silver, Documents, Dioramas, Colours, Pipe banners, Medals and Militaria.

Entry to the Museum is free, but visitors have to pay an entrance fee to the Castle, which is maintained by Historic Scotland.

I've often wondered why soldiers who served in the Argylls are not granted free access to Stirling Castle, in recognition of it being their historic Regimental Home. I'm sure that such a considerate concession would attract more visitors and would benefit everyone.

3.   5 Scots, The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders,
Royal Regiment of Scotland

This web site is presented and maintained by the Ministry of Defence, Army.

It provides information on the structure of the Argylls, its history, news, events and recruitment procedures.

4.   The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders,
Message Board

This web site gives Argylls the opportunity to contribute to a news group, to pass on information or comments and to post photographs and memories.

5.   HMS Ceylon

This is a web site presented by Ron Boniface (HMS Ceylon 1950/52).

HMS Ceylon welcomed the 1st Battalion A&SH on board and transported them to Pusan, Korea. Since then they have kept up a very close link with the Argylls.

Members of the 1st Battalion have been invited to join the HMS Ceylon Association and at this moment there are about 6 ex-Argylls in the Association.

If there is any other ex-Argyll who would like to join the Association and link-up with their old mates, please contact Ron via the web site.

6.   The Proud Argylls Message Board

7.   Argyll Veterans Website

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