A group of divers plunged into the depths of D-Day history to explore an unusual wartime wreck.
‘I remember looking down and seeing the body, and I knew I was in France’: North-east veteran remembers D-Day
On June 6, 1944, the Allies launched the D-Day offensive against the Germans. Veteran Jim Glennie, who was shot and captured in the invasion, shares his memories with Stephen Walsh 75 years on.
A class of primary pupils were put through their paces on Friday as they had a taste of WW2 new recruit training from some army veterans.
A controlled explosion had to be carried out yesterday following the shock discovery of a Second World War artillery shell on a Moray farm.
Colin Firth and Dame Julie Walters have joined the cast of the big screen adaptation of The Secret Garden, it has been announced.
A Second World War explosive hidden on a Scottish beach since rehearsals for the D-Day landings has been blown up.
Staff at a north-east castle have uncovered previously unseen graffiti which dates back to World War Two.
A 95-year-old former SS medic is going on trial in Germany on 3,681 counts of accessory to murder over allegations that he helped the Nazis’ Auschwitz death camp function.
Commemorations have been held across Scotland to mark Armistice Day.
One hundred years ago yesterday, the lives of 524 men and officers of the Royal Navy were lost when a single torpedo from a German U-boat sunk the HMS Hawke off the Aberdeenshire coast.
He first made the journey on September 18 1944, dropping into the Netherlands from the skies through machine gun fire and the smoke of war.
A navy man born in Cullen has finally been honoured in his home town for his bravery during World War II.
The discovery of more than 300 love letters sent between young sweethearts during World War II proved the catalyst for a range of beautifully designed and personalised jewellery.