In the Battle of Loos, notable for being the first battle in which British forces used poison gas, the 9th (Scottish) Division assaulted the Hohenzollern Redoubt, the 5th Camerons suffered horrific casualties, and Corporal J. D. Pollock gained a Victoria Cross for his actions.
The 9th (Scottish) Divison took part in major fighting during the Somme offensive. Notably it relieved the 30th Division at Montauban and later attacked German positions at Bernafay Wood, where it succeeded in capturing vital objectives and forcing a German withdrawl.
- Battle of Loos
- Battle of the Somme
- First Battle of Ypres
- Ludendorf Offensive
- Battle of Messines
- Battle of Bailleul
- Battle of Kemmel Ridge
- Battle of Scherpenberg
- Battle of the Lys Salient
- Fourth Battle of Ypres
- Battle of Courtrai
- Battle of Ooteghem
- Transfered to 15th Division and amalgamated with 10th Battalion The Gordon Highlanders in May, 1916
- Transfered to 26th Brigade & replaced 8th Gordon Highlanders May, 1916. Transfered to 32nd Division in February, 1918
- Transfered to the 15th Division and amalgamated with 7th Battalion the Royal Scots Fusiliers in May, 1916
- Transfered to 27th Brigade & replaced 6th Battalion The Royal Scots Fusiliers in May, 1916
- Transfered to 27th Brigade & replaced 10th Battalion Princess Louise's in May, 1916, Transfered to 14th Division in February, 1918, rejoined 9th Division, 28th Brigade April, 1918
- Broken up May, 1916 & replaced with 28th (South African) Brigade.
- Amalgamated May, 1916 & Transfered to 15th Division.
- Replaced 28th Brigade May, 1916
- Amalgamated into South African (Composite Regiment) April, 1918 due to heavy casualties, Battalions reformed September, 1918
The British Army in the Great War: The 9th (Scottish) Division