A World War Two-era jeep has been stolen from an Aberdeen farm.
World War Two
South-east Asia was hell on earth for the Black Watch as they fought to reclaim the land from the Japanese.
Bleak, gloomy and depressing – apt descriptions of the rectangular, grey edifice in a garden on Aberdeen’s Westburn Road.
A German court has convicted a 93-year-old former SS private of being an accessory to murder at the Stutthof concentration camp, where he served as a guard in the final months of World War Two.
It is a story of survival and the strength of the human spirit, even in the most harrowing of circumstances.
There are some heartbreaking stories behind the victims of the 51st Highland Division's valiant last stand at St Valery in 1940.
Aberdeen man recalls how he kept a piece of Adolf Hitler’s war yacht in his sock drawer after it crashed in Fife
An Aberdeen man has told how he kept a piece of Adolf Hitler’s luxury war yacht in his sock drawer after it crashed in Fife 75 years ago.
Branded as a “fair share for all” amid fears of nationwide food shortages, ration books were first issued 80 years ago today as part of measures in World War Two.
An RAF veteran who served in the Second World War was given an air force-themed event to celebrate his 100th birthday.
Netflix is to amend a documentary series about an alleged Nazi concentration camp guard amid complaints from Poland.
Shaped to resemble a Spitfire wing, a new artwork clad in granite will form the centrepiece of Aberdeen’s revamped Remembrance Hall.
Legendary paratrooper Sandy Cortmann has received a hero’s welcome on his return to Aberdeen.
A 97-year-old Second World War veteran who parachuted out over the Dutch city he was captured in 75 years ago has been congratulated by the Prince of Wales.
Descendants of a Second World War soldier who died in mysterious circumstances are being sought in a bid to remember him.
The outbreak of the Second World War prompted a flurry of activity from the Gordon Highlanders as they mobilised in preparation for war.
Eighty years ago today, at 11.15am, prime minister Neville Chamberlain told the nation, Britain was going to war with Germany.
George Clooney wants his work to be “part of the solution” following the Me Too movement.
An Aberdeen D-Day veteran has spoken of the sorrow and camaraderie he felt on his visit to the commemorations in France.
The Evening Express was the first media outlet to bring the news of the D-Day landings to the people of Aberdeen.
As the doors to the landing craft opened on to Sword Beach at Normandy, the fresh-faced 18-year-old “country boy” Private James Glennie stepped out.
During the invasion of Normandy, not all the Allied Forces were heading for the French coast.
A 90-year-old war veteran hoping to knock Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber from the top of the UK singles chart penned his song about the D-Day landings after being “moved to tears” by a trip to France 25 years after being part of the invasion.
A leading veterans’ charity is on the hunt for ex-forces personnel from across the north-east to share their stories for a new project.
Some artworks are set to be banned from being shown in Aberdeen under new regulations agreed by councillors.