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TITLE
Home Guard Letter To Captain McHardy
EXTERNAL ID
Z_GB1741_D592_6_01
PLACENAME
Thurso
DISTRICT
Thurso
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
CAITHNESS: Thurso
DATE OF IMAGE
27th June 1940
PERIOD
1940s
SOURCE
Caithness Archive Centre
ASSET ID
6087
KEYWORDS
home guard
thurso
keith murray
captain mchardy
drill
marching
Home Guard Letter To Captain McHardy

First page of letter from Keith Murray in Thurso to Captain McHardy of the Homeguard.

Mr Murray writes to inform Captain Murray of the success of marching his men to their practice firing grounds. He dismissed his men after they had finished firing but his men wanted to be marched back. Eighty-nine men in all had fired four rounds each.

Letter continues on page two.

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Home Guard Letter To Captain McHardy

CAITHNESS: Thurso

1940s

home guard; thurso; keith murray; captain mchardy; drill; marching

Caithness Archive Centre

Home Guard/Civil Defence papers

First page of letter from Keith Murray in Thurso to Captain McHardy of the Homeguard.<br /> <br /> Mr Murray writes to inform Captain Murray of the success of marching his men to their practice firing grounds. He dismissed his men after they had finished firing but his men wanted to be marched back. Eighty-nine men in all had fired four rounds each.<br /> <br /> Letter continues on page two.