Publications at The Highlanders Museum

Book - SAS Survival Guide    Book - Sea Dog Bamse    Book - The Long Way Home  We have received some new Publication covering a wide selection of topics from Cookery to History to local maps for the Nairn – Ardersier – Fort George and the Scotland map.

The SAS Survival Guide is the ultimate Guide to surviving anywhere and is sold worldwide and is £5.99 and a must have if you are planning a camping trip. This book is written by John ‘Lofty’ Wiseman who was in the SAS for 26 years.

Sea dog Bamse is a World War II Canine Hero who was a 14-stone St Bernard who was a global mascot for the Royal Norwegian Forces. Bamse was a much-loved local figure travelling on local buses, breaking up fights and even taking part in football matches. this book is £8.99 and written by Angus Whitson and Andrew Orr.

The Long Way Home – written by John McCallum at 19 years old he joined the Supplementary Reservist in the signal corp and just over a year later, he was in France working to set up communication lines as Europe hurtled towards war. Wounded and captured at Boulogne, he was sent to the notorious Stalag VIIIB prison camp, together with his brother, Jimmy, and friend Joe Harkin. This book is £7.99 and all these and others can be seen on our on-line shop or pop in or give us a phone on 0131 310 8701    

 

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