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Softback book ‘Men Only’, November 1939, belonging to MacArthur, Caoles. The Men Only series of pocket magazines began in 1935, with the aim of bringing “bright articles on current male topics” to men. The Nov. 1939 edition features many war and military related topics.


Composition ‘When Tiree held the Key to D Day’ by John Robertson 2018, about the critical role of RAF 518 Squadron Meteorological Observers, which was based at Tiree during WWII. Originally compiled for the Highalnd Aviation Museum in Inverness.

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Framed memorial poster commemorating Captain Donald Sinclair, Sandaig, who was instrumental in saving the crew of the destroyer HMS Sturdy, which ran aground at Sandaig in 1940. He died during a U-boat attack on his merchant ship SS Empire Eland a year later.

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