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Private A. Douglas, of the 1st battalion The Cameronians was a soldier who fought in the 1st World War.

He survived to the last day, but was not to see the peace as he was killed in France just as the war ended, 93 years ago.

On Remembrance Day, let us remember him, and 19 other Douglas comrades who all gave their lives serving in The Cameronians, and the countless others serving on land, at sea and in the air.

I have today added the Cameronian Roll of Honour to the Douglas Archives.


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