Culloden, Scotland

Zabecki, David T.
April 2009
Military History;Apr/May2009, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p76
The article focuses on the Culloden battlefield in Scotland. It notes that the area witnessed the last battle on British soil between Scottish rebels and the British Crown forces on April 16, 1746. It adds that the battle resulted to the loss of the Scottish clan chieftains and left the area as a graveyard for the clans. It relates the events in the battle which include a British gun attack to a Jacobite infantry and the British execution of several Highlanders. It adds that restorations were made to the battlefield by the National Trust for Scotland.


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