Scotland and World War Two

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

Lesley Smith, curator at Tutbury Castle, tells the fascinating story of the imprisonment of Mary Queen of Scots at ...

08/08/2017

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National Museum of Scotland has announced details of a £480,000 project to explore artefacts acquired by British ...

24/02/2017

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Wig Bay’s years as a vital base for the flying boats that hunted enemy submarines are being commemorated in an art ...

29/03/2016

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Five World War Two veterans, including Edinburgh Award winner Tom Gilzean, have received France's highest honour ...

04/02/2016

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17/12/2015

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National Museums Scotland has announced the reopening date for two of the National Museum of Flight’s aircraft ...

14/12/2015

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Historical documents discovered in a storeroom at the University of Aberdeen's King's College campus have shed ...

09/11/2015

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30/04/2015

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A new book which tells the stories of the fallen of the two World Wars from the parish of Hamilton has been ...

29/04/2015

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A new exhibition opening at Montrose Air Station in May will highlight the wartime connections between Scotland ...

15/04/2015

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Blair Castle has issued an appeal to members of the public to help to reunite two childhood penpals, following the ...

12/03/2015

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A new exhibition at Queensferry Museum tells the story of a World War Two raid on the Forth Bridge.

26/01/2015

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