Scotland and World War Two

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

The role of a small group of doctors, nurses and surgeons who used their medical skills in wartime is explored in ...

15/11/2017

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Alastair Stewart begins a new series examining the original sources of information about Sir Winston Churchill, ...

30/10/2017

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The 75th anniversary of the RAF Regiment is to be celebrated at the Highland Military Tattoo, taking place at Fort ...

04/09/2017

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Historical documents discovered in a storeroom at the University of Aberdeen's King's College campus have shed ...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