'Hail of bullets' soldier's bravery commemorated
A ceremony has been held in Glasgow to commemorate a World War One soldier who braved a hail of bullets to save his comrades.
Pte Henry May was a reservist with The Cameronians when he risked his life to rescue a soldier and then his platoon commander at La Boutillerie, in France, on 22 October 1914.
A paving stone was also laid outside the People's Palace in memory of Pte May, who was awarded the Victoria Cross in 1915.
BBC Scotland's Suzanne Allan reports.
22 Oct 2014
- From the section Scotland