And The Great War.
By Fraser Brown and Derek J Patrick.
During the First World War, The Black Watch provided 25 battalions as part of the British forces committed to that conflict. Tens of thousands of Black Watch soldiers served in Europe and the Middle East - France, Belgium and Salonika, Palestine and Mesopotamia; over 8,000 died. The Black Watch Regiment was awarded 69 battle honours and four Black Watch men received the Victoria Cross.
The Black Watch and The Great War is a book written by those who have worn the Red Hackle, descendants of the Black Watch soldiers of 1914-18, and those connected to the regiment. Edited by Fraser Brown and Derek J Patrick, with a foreword by Lieutenant-General Sir Alistair Irwin and a contribution by the Reverend Professor Norman Drummond, the book provides the reader with the lesser-known Great War histories of this famous Scottish regiment from 'The Black Watch Men from Latin America' to 'Combatant Ministers and Sons of the Manse' and many more.