SOUTH AFRICA 1900-02 Is the Regiment’s first Battle Honour.

See this Helmet worn by a London Scot serving with the Gordon Highlanders Service Company in South Africa. The damage was caused by a shell burst on 8th September 1900 at Lydenburg.

See how Private Brooker’s helmet saved his life when caught by an improvised explosive device when serving in Iraq in 2004.

See a uniform and the painted Headquarters Sign for the London Regiment’s Somme Company deployment to Afghanistan in 2006.

These Drums were captured from the Ottoman Army at NEBY MUSA in the Palestine Campaign  in February 1918. They were played by the Pipes and drums of the 2nd Battalion for the rest of the campaign.

The Rampant Lion has long been an unofficial regimental emblem. This one was flown by the Carriers Platoon of the 1st Battalion in World War Two. All of the actions of the Italian Campaign are inked on the flag.


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