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Royal Scots Fusiliers

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. 1st Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers .
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1945 Burma 36 Infantry Division
1945.08 India: Nicholson Lines, Delhi .
. 28 Dec 47: Sailed from India on 'Empress of Australia' .
1948.01 Scotland: Fairfield Camp, Monkton .
. 1948: Reduced to Cadre .
. Jul 48: Dundonald Camp, Troon .
. ?? 48: Churchill Barracks, Ayr .
1948.10.29 Cadre joined 2nd Bn in Germany, 2nd Bn renumbered 1st Bn .
1948.10 Germany: Napier Barracks, Dortmund 2 Division
. Feb 49: Joined 6 Infantry Brigade 6 Infantry Brigade
1949.02 Germany: Ripon Barracks, Bielefeld 6 Infantry Brigade
1950.09 Germany: York Barracks, Munster 6 Infantry Brigade
1951.11 Germany: Keightley Barracks, Wuppertal 6 Infantry Brigade
1952.11 Berlin: Montgomery Barracks British Troops Berlin.
1954.02 Scotland: Redford Barracks, Edinburgh .
1954.04 Malaya: Penang 28 Commonwealth Brigade
. 17 May 57: Sailed from Penang .
1957.06 England: Napier Barracks, Shorncliffe 1 Guards Brigade
. June 58 - Oct 58: Cyprus .
1959.01 Scotland: Redford Barracks, Edinburgh .
. 20 Jan 59: amalgamated with 1st Bn, The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment), to form 1st Bn, The Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment) .
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. 2nd Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers .
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1945.05 Germany .
1947.10 Germany: Napier Barracks, Dortmund .
. Feb 48 - Jun 48: Berlin .
. 29 Oct 48: Cadre of 1st Bn joined Bn, 2nd Bn renumbered 1st Bn .
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