British pageantry on Rockall

Two British marines in ceremonial uniform stand next to a sentry box placed on Rockall in 1974 Rockall is a tiny islet in the North Atlantic, 270¬†miles off¬†mainland Ireland. In 1955 Rockall was annexed by the British who feared the Soviet Union would use the islet to install surveillance instruments. Rockall was situated within the … Continue reading British pageantry on Rockall