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Culloden: The Swords and the Sorrows: An Exhibition to Commemorate the Jacobite Rising of 1745 and the Battle of Culloden 1746

A wonderful account of the history of the weaponry of this era, this was the program of a museum exhibit.

Average myArmoury rating:  (4 votes)

Edition: Paperback

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Other items of interest:
Scottish Swords from the Battlefield at Culloden
The Scottish Jacobite Army 1745-46 (Elite)

This item is on 7 member reading lists:

Paul Draper :: Unrated
—Updated May 25, 2012

Michael Hutchinson :: * RECOMMENDED *
—Updated Mar 9, 2012

Eric Meulemans :: Unrated
—Updated Jun 1, 2007

Justin King :: Unrated
—Updated Apr 22, 2007

Chuck Russell ::
—Updated Jul 8, 2006

Chad Arnow :: * RECOMMENDED *
This is the catalogue of a Scottish exhibit called The Swords and the Sorrows, a commemoration of "battle-related objects" from the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745. The preface and forward contain background information on the conflict. Following that are pictures and descriptions of the ...
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—Updated Jul 5, 2006 :: 1 of 1 members found this review helpful

Nathan Robinson :: * RECOMMENDED *
—Updated Jun 29, 2006

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