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Edinburgh Military Tattoo


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from the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle.

The Massed Bands and the choir of the Welch Regiment

The Brigade of Ghurkas with their Kukri Display Team

The Massed Pipes and Drums - The largest band ever assembled on the Castle Esplanade.

How to Drive - A competition in speed and skill between units of the Army in Scotland.

Silent Rifle and Bayonet Drill by The Queen's Guard of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, U.S.A.

Britain's Fighter Defence - A demonstration of fighting aircraft by The Royal Air Force.

The Grand Finale

The Tattoo presented by H.Q. Scotland (Army) and produced by Brigadier John S. Sanderson, D.S.O., O.B.E.


Tattoo Producer: Brigadier John S. Sanderson
Television Commentary: Tom Fleming
Television Presentation: Charles Clifford

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Edinburgh Military Tattoo

BBC Two England, 17 August 1968 22.30

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