DescriptionThis title looks at the variety of establishments (mostly Highland shooting lodges) set up during the Second World War for special service training. Making use of personal testimony and archival photographs, this book captures the remote and rugged atmosphere of the Highlands as experienced by the astonishing men and women who trained there.
Military historian Stuart Allan is the curator of the National War Museum of Scotland at Edinburgh Castle, part of National Museums Scotland. This book was published for National Museums Scotland by NMS Enterprises Ltd – Publishing © 2007.
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