ROYALISTS, COVENANTERS AND THE SHOOTING OF SERVANTS IN THE SCOTTISH CIVIL WAR
- A nation at war. McIntyre, Neil // History Scotland Magazine;Sep/Oct2014, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p53
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- `Astounding cruelty afoot on this earth'. Farrell, Michael J. // National Catholic Reporter;5/10/96, Vol. 32 Issue 28, p9
Posits that books, articles, and other literature reveal that the taboo against killing is being broken down in society. Estimated number of humans killed in the 20th century; Personal aspects of killing; Coping with killing; Sample of literature on killing; Killing as culture.
- 'Sri Lankan army destroyed evidence of war atrocities'. // Eastern Eye;2/14/2014, Issue 1238, p22
The article reports on the claims of Australian reporters that the Sri Lankan army has destroyed all evidence of war atrocities, mass killings, and civilian torture in the final bloody months of the civil war.
- The Covenanting north of Scotland, 1638—1647. Robertson, Barry // Innes Review;Spring2010, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p24
In the current historiography of the Civil Wars of the mid-seventeenth century it remains under-appreciated that the National Covenant gained widespread support in the north of Scotland. This article offers a corrective to this. It examines the extent to which the Covenant was championed at all...
- The National Covenant. Paterson, Laura // History Scotland Magazine;Mar/Apr2014, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p52
The article looks at Scotland's National Covenant, a petition that brought Scots together against the religious and political changes made by King Charles I. It states that approximately 4,150 names were signed to the original Covenant and copies were sent around Scotland to gather more. After...
- Poverty or Prosperity? Rural Society in Lowland Scotland in the Late Sixteenth and Early... Whyte, Ian // Scottish Economic & Social History;1998, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p19
Discusses events in Scottish agriculture and rural society in the decades between the Reformation and the outbreak of Revolution in 1638. Speculation on social and economic change in rural Scotland in the late 16th and early 17th century; Factors affecting population growth; Tenants in the...
- The Statutes of Iona in Context. Goodare, Julian // Scottish Historical Review;Apr98, Vol. 77, 1 Issue 203, p31
Examines the significance of the Statutes of Iona in the 17th century history of Scotland. Transformation of the nature of clanship and the authority of the state; Analysis of the assumption that the statutes were the centerpiece of Highland policy under James VI and I; Background to the...
- Murder in Maryland. // America;3/17/1928, Vol. 38 Issue 23, p551
The article reports on the murder of Charles Gundlach that took place in Maryland. Accordingly, Gundlach was being shot and was killed instantly. It has been documented that it was one of the most important cases that happened during the Civil War. It was reported that the only way of enforcing...
- BURIAL GROUND. Shand, Adam // Bulletin with Newsweek;4/6/2004, Vol. 122 Issue 6415, p24
In Melbourne, Victoria the song remains the same. Another clay, another underworld murder. But is anyone prepared to start singing to the cops? There was perhaps no one who knew more about Melbourne's underworld civil war than the late Andrew "Benji" Veniamin.Veniamin, shot down in a Carlton...