Scottish National War Memorial
At this poignant time of year when so many people’s thoughts focus on Remembrance and associated activities, we thought it important to recognise the part that the Scottish National War Memorial has in these events.
The National War Memorial for Scotland was established by Royal Charter to commemorate the sacrifice of Scots in the Great War, Second World War and Subsequent conflicts. The memorial within Edinburgh Castle houses and displays the Rolls of Honour of Scots servicemen and women from all the Armed Services, the Dominions, Merchant Navy, Women’s Services, Nursing Services and civilian casualties of all wars from 1914 to date.
Further information on the Scottish National War Memorial is available on their website via here