Scottish War Stories
Polygon, 1999 - Fiction - 324 pages
From Walter Scott to George Mackay Brown, and from the Jacobite uprisings to World War II, Scotland's military history has made a significant contribution to the nation's literature. This collection of 24 stories, both factual and fictional, offer an insight into experiences of war.
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The Battle of Prestonpans Walter Scott
The Girl I Left Behind Me G R Gleig
The Medal of Brigadier Gerard Arthur Conan Doyle
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