A tiny dolls house, made in 1944 by a German prisoner of war for his Scottish guard, has been donated by his family to the Gordon Highlanders Museum – News

A tiny dolls house, made in 1944 by a German prisoner of war for his Scottish guard, has been donated by his family to the Gordon Highlanders Museum – News – Brief Article

A tiny dolls house, made in 1944 by a German prisoner of war for his Scottish guard, has been donated by his family to the Gordon Highlanders Museum. The German general carved the intricate foot-high Austrian chalet from Red Cross crates using a table knife and fork after learning that his captor, Leonard Pirie of the Gordon Highlanders had a young daughter. (May 28th)

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