A FASCINATING piece of Staffin’s wartime history has been uncovered – instructions on what to do in the event of an “enemy invasion”.
The memo, labelled “Secret & Urgent”, was sent by a police chief to the Staffin Exchange – in May 1944 as the Second World War raged. At the time Britain was still a year away from the end of the war and the German surrender. Eight men are listed on the Staffin and Valtos war memorials having died during the ...Continue Reading ? Share