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BBC Scotland publishes an online database containing the details of 21,740 Scots who died in WWII
Posted May 22, 2014



If you have a Scottish ancestor who died in World War Two, then you'll be interested in this online database that contains details for 21,740 of the 57,000 Scots who died during the conflict.

From this database (which has been created by BBC Scotland), it's possible to find out where the person came from, their age, their regiment and where they were laid to rest.

Source: Scotland's People news




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