WWI Black Watch Sidecap

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    jholl72
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    WWI Black Watch Sidecap

    Post by jholl72 on Wed Nov 25, 2009 6:15 pm

    I purchased this as my Great Uncle was with the Black Watch in WWI. He had shrapnel wounds in his right hand and right leg on March 22, 1916. Then was shot twice through the hand...two entrance wounds and two exit wounds. This would be the end of his combat time, although he stayed in the army, spending the rest of his time until his demob in 1919 in London Ontario at Wollesley Barracks.























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    Re: WWI Black Watch Sidecap

    Post by mk1rceme on Wed Nov 25, 2009 6:58 pm

    He looks like a serious young man! That cap looks fantastic, thanks for sharing!

    Dale


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