Appeal over Sauchie 'German wall' mystery





School children in Clackmannanshire are hoping to solve the mystery of a wall apparently built by German prisoners of war in the 1940s.

The stone construction in Sauchie is known as the "German wall" - but the council said it had no records of Germans being held prisoner nearby.

Italians were held at a camp just half a mile away in Fishcross.

Pupils at Craigbank Primary School visited the wall as part of their studies on World War II.

They wrote to Clackmannanshire Council after the class trip, hoping to raise awareness of the wall and find out more about it....




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