A grandfather rescued from Nazi Germany by the Kindertransport almost 80 years ago has described himself as “a lucky guy” after cycling the route the train took with his son and grandson.
Second World War
Playing football in the once war-ravaged city of Volgograd has given England’s players perspective, manager Gareth Southgate said.
A Second World War veteran who pulled bodies out of the River Tay after seven fully-laden paratroopers dropped to their deaths during an exercise 75 years ago has spoken of the “sadness” he experienced after the recovery operation.
A Canadian government agency is commemorating the loss of the last merchant ship sunk by Germany - off the coast of Fife - just minutes before the official end of the Second World War.
A former journalist has thanked Courier readers for helping him solve the mystery of a wartime parachute tragedy “cover up” that happened on the River Tay 75 years ago.
French villagers who clubbed together to erect a lasting memorial to the crew of a British Second World War bomber which crashed on their main street have won praise from Dame Vera Lynn.
A model of motorbike dropped behind enemy lines and used by British paratroopers during the Second World War has been commemorated with the launch of a new limited edition.
A planned Lancaster Bomber flight to mark the Dambusters’ 75th anniversary has been cancelled due to windy conditions.
Seventy-five years after the Dam Busters raid on Hitler’s Germany, Michael Alexander speaks to Dundee University expert Dr Iain Murray about the legacy of the famous RAF attack.
The art of camouflage: How Dundee-based artist-soldier Joseph Gray used his experiences to aid the war effort
Michael Alexander speaks to author Mary Horlock about her First World War Dundee-based artist-soldier great grandfather Joseph Gray who is the focus of her new book.