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Mick Burgess, a member of an Irish Guards reenactor group.


Again a shot of Mick with his warpipes and a mascot. The dog is not exactly a wolfhound but has great spirit.


A Fusilier Pipe Major, 1950's. The Pipe Major is the only piper to wear a sword.




Above is a page from  " Faugh a Ballagh " the journal of the Irish Fusiliers. This issue in my collection is dated November 1945.