This is the first book to be published telling the story of the Second World War as it affected Scotland and the Scottish people. Veteran journalist Ian Nimmo, for long the Editor of the Edinburgh EVENING NEWS, traces Scotland's war experience in words and pictures which explore not only the well trodden ground of the front line war but the people's war: a war of hardship, shortages and the 'stiff upper lip'. The bombing, the rationing, Home Guard and commando training in the remote Highlands are all part of the fabric of a war in which Scotland's role has been consistently underrated. Illustrated with 195 photographs and drawings.
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Descripción Archive Publications/The Scots, 1989. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0948946539