Bon Accord baths
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Bid to reopen Aberdeen's World War Two Bon Accord baths

The opening of Aberdeen's Bon Accord swimming baths during World War Two was hailed as an act of defiance against Hitler.

It came just weeks after 34 people were killed in the worst German bombing raid of the war on the city.

The baths closed in 2008 because of budget cuts. A community group is trying to open the baths again.

BBC Scotland's Steven Duff reports.

  • 16 May 2014