Sunday, 31 July 2011

July 2011 - That Was The Month That Was

We've been forgetting to do this for a while, so here it is back again!

July was supposed to be the month we took things easy, but it proved to be anything but. Here's the list of the most-viewed articles from this month:

  1. The Glasgow Roll of Honour takes another step towards completion
  2. The video footage of Armed Forces Day keeps racking up the hits
  3. News of the colours presentation by the Queen
  4. My video footage of the colours presentation...
  5. ...and some photos.
  6. Back to the First World War with news of a scrapbook of Royal Scots photos
  7. We review "VCs of the First World War - 1914"
  8. The Argylls colours are laid up in Stirling
  9. The Childers Reforms
  10. Good and bad news for The Highlanders
Just for a bit more fun, here's the top ten list of countries which have been visiting the blog:
  1. United Kingdom
  2. United States
  3. Canada
  4. Australia
  5. Germany
  6. France
  7. Netherlands
  8. South Korea
  9. Hong Kong
  10. Russia
Want some more stats? Here's the top ten list of things people searched for which brought them to our blog in July:

  • earl of strathearn   
  • scottish military   
  • andre chissel   
  • fromelles relatives database dryburgh   
  • david niven
  • edinburgh war research
  • majuba hill
  • 1888 civil war painting by robert gibb
  • alexander wallace macdonald fort william

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