Pictured at their Dunoon headquarters, the men of the 8th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) pose for a picture in 1939, just before being sent to France with the British Expeditionary Force as part of the 51st Highland Division.
In June 1940, the 8th Argylls fought in the gallant rearguard action with the 51st Highland Division at St Valery as superior German forces surrounded them. Some escaped in the Dunkirk evacuation they were fighting to defend, some were killed or wounded, and still others spent the rest of the war in German Stalag prisoner of war camps.
But do you recognise any of the men - from all over Argyll - in the photo?
We want to hear their stories.
You can find a larger version of this poignant photograph published over two full centre pages in the October 3 edition of the Dunoon Observer and Argyllshire Standard.
If you have any information on the people in the picture, email email@example.com or call the Standard on 01369 706854.
BYSTANDERS on the banks of the Clyde could only watch in horror on Friday September 26 as a 28,000 tonne cruise liner reversed ever closer to a 30-foot yacht that strayed a little too close to the massive ship.
Radio communications between the yacht and the bridge of the liner had broken down - and only the alertness of the ship's crew and the local river pilots averted disaster.
More in this week's edition of the Dunoon Observer and Argyllshire Standard.