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James Kennaway based the script for the movie Tunes of Glory on his experiences in the Gordon Highlanders.
The novelist George MacDonald Fraser was posted as a lieutenant to the 2nd Battalion in the immediate post-war period, and wrote three volumes of short stories (the "McAuslan" books), which were lightly fictionalised recollections of his time with the regiment.
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