Scots SAS soldier's mementoes found

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A unique record of an SAS soldier's life behind enemy lines in World War II has gone on display at a Dumfries museum.

Capt Cecil Riding kept a collection of diaries and souvenirs in the loft.

The wicker basket which contained them was only discovered when he died.

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