SCOTS PIPER / TRIBUTE TO THE BAND OF THE SCOTS GUARDS – WATERLOO 1815 / T-Shirts / unisex / for men, ladies, kids

T-SHIRTS. Unisex – for men, ladies, kids.

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100% organic ring-spun combed cotton.
Weight: 150 g/m². 
Fabric washed. Medium fit.
Care instructions: washable at 30°C. Do not iron printed decoration.

Originally formed in 1642 by King Charles, The Band of the Scots Guards has participated in major world conflicts for nearly three centuries. The distinctive sounds of bagpipes and brass, the high-spirited Scottish sword dances and regimental marching and of course the stately uniforms – a breathtaking grandeur feast for the eyes and ears – have escorted troops into many famous battles, including Ticonderoga, Waterloo, and even the Second Gulf War.
Three armies were involved in the Battle of Waterloo in 1815: a French army under the command of Napoleon Bonaparte;  an Anglo-led Allied army under the command of the Duke of Wellington, and a Prussian army under the command of Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, Prince of Wahlstatt. 

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