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By 1940 he had become a major and trained with them not only in the West Highlands but also in the Faroe Islands, before landing in Italy.
The Lovat Scouts did an excellent job, given their mountain training, in the Apennines and east of Florence.
Indeed it was Cameron's railway interest that played a notable part in the successful venture to restore steam traction between Fort William and Mallaig, an achievement which was partly due to his position as a director of the British Transport Commission in 1959. At 6ft 3in in his kilt, proudly wearing a red sett, one of the four Cameron of Lochiel patterns, he was a kenspeckle figure at many a clan gathering in Canada, Australia and the United States.
He maintained the family tradition by becoming Lord-Lieutenant for Inverness-shire, having also served as a county councillor for Kilmallie, in the old Inverness County Council.
In post-war years, Cameron went on to command TA units including the 4th/5th battalion (TA) of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, of which he became Honorary Colonel.The result of this ill-conceived slogan was that Labour got hardly a vote in Fort William and came a disappointing, indeed abysmal, third place in the Inverness seat that the party had hoped to win.I vividly remember accompanying Mc Lean in Fort William; we went into a sweet shop and, as soon as the owner realised who Mc Lean was, he was told in no uncertain fashion to get out - he would sell no chocolate or sweeties to a man who, he had read in the local paper, had been so rude about Lochiel.Far from a caricature absentee Highland landlord, Donald Cameron had established himself as an excellent landlord and a thorough gentleman, against whom those who knew him would hear nothing bad said.The Camerons of Lochiel go back into the mists of time.