‘In Memoriam’ a word about the other Pipers of War.

| February 15, 2011

Over 1,000 pipers fell in the Great War alone, and no complete record exists for the countless fallen before. Sadly memories are short, today soon forgets yesteryear and the sacrifices made by many of these men have passed into forgotten history. There have been many who have asked why our films only feature the stories […]

Pipe Major David Anderson

| February 14, 2011

Anderson advanced to the third line of trenches where he again took another round. He fell to the ground, stunned and bleeding. After a moment he was able to raise himself to a seated position where he continued to pipe his comrades on. While he played in this position a German shell exploded beside him. The shrapnel shattered his drones and pelted his body. Injured as servely as he was, Pipe Major Anderson rose to his feet and was almost immediately attacked by a German soldier…