Fraserburgh (known locally as "The Broch") can claim one holder of the Victoria Cross.
During the Second World War (1939-45) Fraserburgh became known as "Little London".
The German Luftwaffe targeted merchant convoys, which sailed close-by the coastline.
Before returning to their air base in Trondheim, Norway, they would unload their unused bombs on Fraserburgh. (click on the map for a bigger picture.)
Hear the stories on the Audio Tour from two Brochers who witnessed bombing in 1940.
The story of the Daisy 11 and HMS Royal Oak is in the side display.
Still defending the south of Fraserburgh.(2016 photo.)
The Scottish War Memorials Project website lists all memorials in Scotland.
Use this link below and scroll down to "Aberdeenshire Civic Memorials." http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot.html
and scroll down again to find Fraserburgh.