Meet Scottish Soldiers Meet re-enactor Scottish soldiers from the Crimean and First and Second World Wars at the National War Museum, Edinburgh Castle this season. National War Museum How to find us Arctic Convoys exhibition Scotland at War on Flickr Times: 10:00-16:00 Venue: Hospital Square, National War Museum, Edinburgh Castle Cost: Included in admission for Edinburgh Castle The programme of costumed interpreters at the National War Museum will kick off again this October break. Three wars will be portrayed; the Crimean, First and Second World Wars offering a broad view of the individuals experience of conflict. The Crimean War Dates: Fri 18 October, Sun 24 November, Sun 1 December, Sun 26 January and Sun 16 March The soldier from the Crimean War is portrayed by Allan Burnett who had his uniform made, based on items in the National War Museum's collection, by a costumier who worked on the Sharpe series. Following painstaking research this was new last winter and sparked a lot of interest with visitors from around the world including Russians! First World War Liverpool Scottish Dates: 19 & 21 February Dave and Ailsa Clarke will be portraying a soldier of the Liverpool Scottish and a nurse. The Liverpool Scottish were a Territorial unit who rapidly found themselves in the front line. The story of nursing in the First World War is no less interesting with the numbers of nursing staff and organisations ill suited to the realities of the war. Letters from the trenches Find out more about life in the trenches from a selection of letters from the First World War by Captain William Bennet-Clark of the Royal Scots.