Three Second World War veterans have received France’s highest civilian award, the Legion d’Honneur.
An Aberdeen University graduate, Helene Aldwinkle, has just been awarded the Legion d'honneur by the French Government for her work at Bletchley Park during the Second World War.
Aberdeen University graduate Helene Aldwinkle presented with Legion d’Honneur for Bletchley Park work
She was just 21 when she was recruited from Aberdeen University to join the crucial work being done at Bletchley Park.
A Highland veteran of the Second World War has been decorated with the highest honour France can bestow.
A Second World War hero who helped liberate the notorious Bergen-Belsen concentration camp has received the Legion D'honneur at a special ceremony.
A Highland D-Day veteran has been presented with a prestigious French medal for his heroism during the Normandy landings.