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1745: A Military History of the Last Jacobite Rising
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1745: A Military History of the Last Jacobite Rising (Paperback)

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With this work, the author contends that the Highland rebellion was not a despairing last stand by a Celtic civilisation, and that Jacobite loyalties were not solely determined by the Highland line, Gaelic culture, or religion.

Originally trained as a librarian, Stuart Reid joined the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, rising to Sniper Sergeant. Now a surveyor he is also the author of All The Kings Armies and Wolfe: The Career of General James Wolfe from Culloden to Quebec, both published by Spellmount.

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