Culloden and the ’45 by Jeremy Black
This new, informative and absorbing study of the Jacobites and the momentous events leading up to the '45 rebellion, is based on extensive archival research. It describes the drama and romance surrounding the exiled Stuarts within the context of the militatary and political situation at the time. The '45 was the greatest challenge and most serious challenge to the eighteenth-century British state and the newly installed Hanovarian regime, while Culloden must be viewed as one of the most dramatic battles of the century.
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- Publisher Guild Publishing, London; 1990
- Black Cloth Hardback, 217 pp
- With photo illustrations, line maps in b/w
- Size 255 x 180mm, 950g
Condition: Very Good – Very Good Unclipped DJ, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy
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