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Balnoster Image of 'Ardcharnich Croft'- with kind permission by artist Brad Congdon ©2017 Brad Congdon https://bradcongdon.wixsite.com/bradcongdon
The birthplace and home of Murdoch Munro
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Murdoch's Locations during WW1 1914-1919
Murdoch was careful to not indicate his precise location in his correspondence. We know he spent time in the following places. We also know he spent time in the trenches, although we do not know exactly where these were.
Is a French city in the Normandy region of northwestern France. It is situated on the right bank of the estuary of the river Seine on the English Channel.
By whatsthatpicture from Hanwell, London, UK - Postcard: Le Havre. L'Hotel de Ville et le Boulevard de Strasbourg, sent May 1915, CC BY 2.0, Link
Postcard of Place Gambetta in Le Havre, France, Public Domain, Link
Old postcard of Le Havre - Carte postale from post office, Public Domain, Link
By Scanné par Claude_Villetaneuse - Collection personnelle, Public Domain, Link
Murdoch in hospital - Glasgow/Ballahouston Park (Scotland), June 1918
By Alfred Buckham - http://www.openculture.com/2018/04/a-dazzling-aerial-photograph-of-edinburgh-1920.html, Public Domain, Link