The ancient Church of St Fergus at Dyce contains a number of World War II war graves. The majority relate to individuals attached to squadrons which operated from RAF Dyce. There are ten German graves of Luftwaffe crews who were killed while on missions near Aberdeen.
This little site contains photographs of these graves taken in 2005. They are placed here primarily as an aid to family research but also so that the individuals, and the sacrifice they made, might be remembered by a wider 'audience'.
St Fergus' community at Dyce dates back to the very earliest days of Christianity in Scotland and these men have a most honourable situation for their last resting place which was, unfortunately, so far from their homes and families.
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(Web pages last updated on: 08 July 2011)