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World War II
Seventy years ago next Friday, more than a million UK citizens erupted onto the streets to celebrate the end of World War II.
As Bob Owen gazed across the upper deck of HMS Anson, it was not uncommon to find a 16in coating of sheer ice had accumulated while the battleship ploughed its way through Arctic slush.
Retro and vintage advertising posters and magnets can add a touch of glamour and make a good talking point when used in the kitchen.
An north-east World War II veteran who survived a torpedo attack in the Atlantic has celebrated a century of life with his nearest and dearest in his beloved Deeside.
Anxious parents have spoken of their relief after a search for unexploded weapons under their children's play park drew a blank.
The RAF's top Tornado training unit has marked its centenary with a parade at the squadron's Lossiemouth base.
The search for unexploded World War II weapons in a popular children's play area in Moray is underway.
Outdated planning laws have been blamed for a Moray housing estate being built on a potentially dangerous former Army site.
Residents of a Moray community were left reeling after learning that a popular children's play area is to be examined for unexploded World War II munitions.
One of the last Gordon Highlanders to have survived the nightmarish construction of the "Death Railway" has died - almost 73 years after he was captured by the Japanese.
"We heard the battle long before we reached the beachhead. Very heavy gunfire on shore. Enemy planes over beach."
One of Scotland's last D-Day veterans has died - 70 years after he played his role in the turning point of World War II.
An enthusiastic amateur historian has raised £1,200 for Poppyscotland by selling a book about the servicemen honoured on Cawdor War Memorial.
Outgoing First Minister Alex Salmond has been compared to a Japanese soldier who believed World War II was still happening years after peace was declared.
A new tourist attraction highlighting the role of 30,000 commandos who trained in Lochaber is to be officially opened next month.
Over the past week the country has taken part in a string of events to mark the centenary of the First World War.
Iconic buildings throughout the Highlands and islands will be plunged into darkness at 10pm tonight in memory of the start of World War I.
Firefighters had to rescue a man from a World War II battery on Orkney.
A black and white photograph of her bomber pilot husband takes pride of place on the television sideboard, while paintings of war planes adorn the wall.
Natalie Marchant heads to Normandy for an emotionally challenging glimpse into the horrors of World War II