An appeal for wartime memories has been launched on the 80th anniversary of the first mission of the Cichociemni – the elite Polish paratroopers who trained in Britain and led the resistance against Hitler’s forces in Nazi-occupied Poland.
It was a time when many brave, resourceful people shone a candle in the darkness to fight Nazi oppression and genocide.
Holocaust survivors have reflected on their memories of one of the most gruesome chapters of the 20th century, as people across the country prepare to pause and remember those killed in the genocide.
“Hitler’s Bunker”, lying between the first and second fairways of Stonehaven Golf Course, is the legacy of a Nazi raid that happened 80 years ago on August 2.
Scots have blazed a trail in many different areas, from commerce and the military, to arts, engineering and sport throughout history.
Bleak, gloomy and depressing – apt descriptions of the rectangular, grey edifice in a garden on Aberdeen’s Westburn Road.
It looks like the hotly anticipated game Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus just got a bit more political.