Blantyre World War II Archive

Blantyre World War II Archives

Stories and tales of Bravery from World War 2. Lest we Forget.

Exploring how World War 2 affected Blantyre and its residents. In honour of those who fought and especially those who fell. These  have been compiled for the planned book, “Blantyre – War!” by Paul D Veverka coming in 2018/2019 exploring the detailed history and stories of Blantyre people in WW1 and WW2. Strictly copyright.

1939
Some lights were showing – blackout x1
Prepared for war – preparations x1
Air Raid Shelters – and wardens x2
1940

Adopt a Prisoner of War – Programme x1
Air Raid Shelter – Blantyre x1
1941
Blantyre & The Clydebank Blitz – wartorn x1
1942
Blantyre survivors – of sunken ship x1
WW2 – Roll of Honour x1
Compulsory fire watching – duties x1
1945
Blantyre – Review of 1945 x1
End of WW2 – Blantyre style x1

Results: 11 articles
Key: Photos attached to Article camera-film-icon Video This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1 Article in Blantyre Project Books

Copyright notice: All articles may be printed off for offline use copyright free. Where any of these images or words are intended to be published online or in books, please strictly contact me first for permission. Due to continued copyright theft, Mr Bill Sim of Blantyre’s Ain is strictly prohibited from using any research on this site. These are Blantyre Project words and will not appear on other sites or books. Thanks.