D-Day Piper was a Cameron

Bill Millin was the piper depicted in the movie, "The Longest Day," about the Allied Invasion on D-Day in Normandy, on June 6th, 1944.

Click here for a Wikipedia Article about Bill Millin.

Click here for an article from The Economist about his death on August 17, 2010 at age 88.

Here is an actual narrative, written by Bill Millin, about his piping on D-Day (June 6, 1944) .

The Pipes of War blog tells his D-Day story and there is an extended account from him, which is "the primary source."  There is an error in the second paragraph, saying that the 1st Special Service Brigade were members of a battalion of the Kings Own Scottish Borderers.  That is a minor point to some, perhaps, but details are important.

Piper Bill Millin Memorial is to be unveiled on the commemoration of D-Day in 2013.

Here is a YouTube video about his life.

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This is also worth viewing, with some additional information.

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Another very good video about Piper Bill Millin

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