Scotland and World War One

A collection of news, features and expert guides which tell the story of Scotland in World War One.

A 1921 time capsule, known as the ‘Postal War Memorial Shrine’, was recently opened at a special ceremony. Listen ...

27/08/2014

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A new exhibition at the World Heritage site of New Lanark explores how the Great War affected the women of the ...

14/08/2014

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The UK’s oldest military charity SSAFA (formerly known as Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association) has ...

10/08/2014

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Actor Larry Lamb will appear at the BBC World War One At Home Tour when it heads to City Square, in Dundee, on ...

29/07/2014

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Montrose Air Station is to host one of the first national events to commemorate the start of World War One, with a ...

07/07/2014

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The story of Daniel Laidlaw VC, the Piper of Loos.

23/05/2014

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The BBC has announced the launch of its World War One at Home tours which will visit dozens of locations around ...

08/05/2014

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War memorials from the Borders to the Orkney Isles have received a major funding boost for conservation and ...

17/04/2014

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A special shinty match to honour players who gave their lives in World War One has been played a century after ...

14/04/2014

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The former headquarters of the North British Rubber Company in Edinburgh, birthplace of the Wellington Boot and ...

02/04/2014

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Historian Dan Snow has issued a call for volunteers to help record the physical remains of World War One in ...

19/03/2014

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The First Minister Alex Salmond has announced that communities across Scotland will share £100,000 of ...

27/02/2014

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