Sir, – Recently we honoured Scots troops, in particular those who fell during World War One.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Dundee on Sunday to pay respect to all those who gave their lives in conflict.
Remembrance, inexorably linked with the annual commemoration of Armistice and the red Flanders poppy, is still an integral part of our national character. Poignant sentiments expressed in November 1918 are, for so many, similarly relevant today.
The “promise of youth unfulfilled” was marked in an emotional service at Montrose Air Station on Friday.
A County Remembers is to be the theme of a First World War commemorative event to be held on the eve of Armistice in Angus.
Poignant thoughts of a figure who founded an organisation celebrating Scots/Kiwi links will be relayed from the opposite side of the world to a sombre weekend service honouring ANZAC servicemen and women.
A worker's private tribute to the fallen in war has reached an audience of hundreds of thousands despite being staged deep inside the hidden workings of the Queensferry Crossing.
Tayside and Fife fell silent on Sunday to remember those who gave their lives in conflict for their country.
An Angus football club will pay poignant tribute to the fallen at a Scottish league match this weekend.
A poignant ceremony has been held in Perth to honour hundreds of Polish troops who lost their lives protecting Scotland from Nazi invaders.