My research online produced conflicting information regarding the tartan patches worn on the Battle Dress blouse. My question: What did the 1st Bn Gordon Higlanders wear in late in the war, in 1945 at the time of the Rhine crossing? A curved narrow piece of tartan on the top seam of the arm? Or a broader, more rectangular piece worn on mid-upper sleeve? The latter would probably have been word under the HD formation sign and the two reds bars indicating brigade... Any suggestions? It is hard to find photographic evidence for the second variant. Thanks for your hell!