A monument bearing the insignia of a World War 2, Waffen-SS unit - men who swore loyalty to Adolf Hitler and his genocidal, rascist, Nazi doctrine - is standing proud in Scotland.
Even more unbelievably perhaps, in 2022 a quango founded by the Scottish Government agreed to provide a grant for £52,777.00 to upgrade the site and allow for the development of a small visitor centre.
During the Nuremburg Trials at the end of WW2 the entire Waffen -'SS' organisation, the military arm of Hitler's Nazi party, was declared a “criminal organisation” guilty of war crimes and genocide.
From left to right – the badge of the Ukranian National Army - which the SS Galizien and other Ukranian units morphed into in the last few weeks of the war, just in time to surrender to the British and Americans - the Ukranian 'Golden Trident' and the former 'SS' Galician Regimental badge.
The door to the chapel was locked but a look through the windows revealed a dry interior in good condition. Presumably the Scottish tax-payer funded repairs had been carried out?