Ian Mair(far right) and three other sergents on leave in Alexandria from the 7th Battalion Royal Marines, 1943.
Anti-aircraft tracers over the harbour of Alexandria Egypt, as seen by Ian Mair, before sailing for Sicilian landings in July 1943.
Italian propaganda of the Partito Nazionale Fascista obtained by Ian Mair in Sicily 1943.
June 6th, 1944 D-Day landing map showing the beaches and defences to be maintained by Ian Mair's 48th Royal Marine Commando Unit. Ian was wounded and evacuted sixty hours after storming the beach.
Ian Mair and the 48th Commando unit landing at Walchensee in an attempt to open up Antwerp as an advanced port for the Allies, November 1944.
"I will always remember the Monday night, 5th of June."