Saturday, 3 July 2010

Remembering Scotland at War

Another interesting post from Chris Paton, about a new online venture:

Remembering Scotland At War, a pioneering online museum with a social networking area particularly aimed at ‘capturing memories’, has been launched today by Museums Galleries Scotland.

The culmination of a three year project led by Museums Galleries Scotland, funded by the Big Lottery Fund and supported by the Imperial War Museum, Remembering Scotland At War features over 200 exhibitions, interviews, photographs and footage spanning from the Second World War to more recent conflicts including Iraq and Afghanistan. Accounts include personal stories of individuals, families and local communities.

To view the site visit at

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