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Picture No 184. Courtesy of Alice Wilson.
Year: 1945

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Polish Camp in Major's Wood Invergordon

Polish soldiers, many of whom remained in the area after the Second World War and married local girls.
Picture added on 15 September 2005.


Can anyone remember the Polish crest set out in painted stones up the Castle Road, or better still does anyone have any photos? I have the feeling there was one of a white horse, but not sure if my memory serves me right! Help, please! I'm beginning to think they were a figment of my imagination!
Added by Noreen Kelman on 17 September 2005.

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