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John McAteer he served in the argylls the 51 highland division was captured at st valery france marched to concentrion camp

John McAteer he served in the argylls the 51 highland division was captured at st valery france marched to concentrion camp

Argyll and Sutherland Highlander

Argyll and Sutherland Highlander

Canadian medics help a wounded soldier - Juno Beach, D-Day June 6th 1944

According to the caption attached to this image, "Canadian medics help a wounded soldier - Juno Beach, D-Day June Visuals such as this promote the idea that war doesn't only involve the 'killing' but the 'saving' as well.

Military History, Division

2nd_Lt_Stuart_Johnston_Cameron_Highlanders_1940.jpg (591×768)

2nd_Lt_Stuart_Johnston_Cameron_Highlanders_1940.jpg (591×768)

Lieutenant-Genearal G.M. Harper replaced Bannatine-Allason in September 1915 as Commander of the 51st (Highland) Division. He commanded the Division at the battles of the Ancre, Arras, Third Ypres and Cambrai.

Lieutenant-Genearal G. Harper replaced Bannatine-Allason in September 1915 as Commander of the (Highland) Division. He commanded the Division at the battles of the Ancre, Arras, Third Ypres and Cambrai.

Lance Corporal Max Sax Royal Artillery with the 51st Highland Division. With his cousin in London, who was a navigator with the US 8th Air Force 1943 (probably flying B17s). Both survived the war.

Lance Corporal Max Sax Royal Artillery with the Highland Division. With his cousin in London, who was a navigator with the US Air Force 1943 (probably flying Both survived the war.

Men of the 7th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 51st Highland Division, Millbosche, 7 June 1940.

Men of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Highland Division, Millbosche, 7 June

Brigadier James Oliver was an Arbroath solicitor. He joined the 4th/5th Battalion The Black Watch in the Territorial Army. Promoted Major he was called out with the 5th Battalion in 1939. He commanded the 7th Battalion The Black Watch in North Africa in the 51st Highland Division. Date: 1944

Brigadier James Oliver was an Arbroath solicitor. He joined the 4th/5th Battalion The Black Watch in the Territorial Army. Promoted Major he was called out with the 5th Battalion in 1939. He commanded the 7th Battalion The Black Watch in North Africa in the 51st Highland Division. Date: 1944

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