D. R. MacLennan was born in Edinburgh in 1901. He enlisted in the Scots Guards in 1919, but transferred in 1925 to the Seaforth Highlanders at Fort George, where he was named Pipe Major of the 1st Battalion. He would hold this post for 13 years. He returned to Fort George in 1938 and spent the war years as Regimental Sergeant Major of the Infantry Training Centre until he was commissioned into the Seaforths. He retired as a Captain in 1948.
Captain David Williams Co. K the "Holly Shelter Volunteers" 3rd NC Infantry. He was killed after being disembowelled by an artillery shell on September 17th, 1862 at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland. His wife took to bed after she heard the news and died, very sad. Thanks to Greg Mast for sharing this photo.
AUSTRIA-HUNGERY.WW I.Stolz Weht die Flagge [Proudly Waves the Flag]. The title and text are separate and positioned across the bottom edge, in white, and set against a black background. image: a half-length depiction of an Austrian sailor pulling on a rope to raise an Austrian flag. In the background, warships are silhouetted against the rising sun. text: Stolz weht die Flagge VIKTORIA FILMVERTRIEB GESELLSCHAFT m.b.H. WIEN, VII. Neubaugasse 25 (Elsahof). MAX WIRTSCHAFTER UND CO.17