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Basil Rathbone-WW1-London Scottish Regiment, captain, intelligence officer. He won the Military Cross in 1918.

Basil Rathbone-WW1-London Scottish Regiment, captain, intelligence officer. He won the Military Cross in 1918.

1914: Members of the London Scottish Regiment undertake rifle drill. The London Scottish Regiment was formed by Lord Elcho, 10th Earl of Wemyss, in 1859 as the London Scottish Rifle Volunteers. They are affiliated to the Gordon Highlanders and wear the Elcho tartan (Hodden Grey)

1914: Members of the London Scottish Regiment undertake rifle drill. The London Scottish Regiment was formed by Lord Elcho, 10th Earl of Wemyss, in 1859 as the London Scottish Rifle Volunteers. They are affiliated to the Gordon Highlanders and wear the Elcho tartan (Hodden Grey)

Middlesex Rifle Volunteer London Scots badge in Collectables, Militaria, 19th Century (1800-1899) | eBay

Middlesex Rifle Volunteer London Scots badge in Collectables, Militaria, 19th Century (1800-1899) | eBay

A vintage postcard illustration featuring a soldier of the London Scottish regiment with two young ladies in France during the First World War, c1915. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

A vintage postcard illustration featuring a soldier of the London Scottish regiment with two young ladies in France during the First World War, c1915. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

London Scottish Rifle Volunteers Headquarters - Regimental Mess Soup Plate

London Scottish Rifle Volunteers Headquarters - Regimental Mess Soup Plate

The 14th (County of London) Battalion, London Regiment (London Scottish), Maida Vale, 7 Nov 1914

The 14th (County of London) Battalion, London Regiment (London Scottish), Maida Vale, 7 Nov 1914

14th-London-Regiment-London-Scottish-Cap-Badge

14th-London-Regiment-London-Scottish-Cap-Badge

PC Albert James Blake, one of the tallest officers in the MPS at over seven feet tall, was a serving police officer when he was called up to join the London Scottish Regiment in 1917.

PC Albert James Blake, one of the tallest officers in the MPS at over seven feet tall, was a serving police officer when he was called up to join the London Scottish Regiment in 1917.

Museums by Appointment – The London Scottish Regimental Museum

Museums by Appointment – The London Scottish Regimental Museum