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I have but recently (2015) come to be interested in Scottish history. Of course the Battle of Culloden is always high on the list to deal with in this history. I started reading these memoirs and found myself in tears regarding the inhumanity displayed by the English after this battle in April of 1746. I can imagine those witnesses wanting to leave their thoughts behind and I am most grateful that they did this. We are left with unimaginable stories and first-hand accounts. These types of memoirs SHOULD be a deterrent to any armys of the future. Barbaric acts of evil have no place in the aftermath of battle/war.
I am in awe of Mr. Chambers decision to record these incidents and, although terribly, terribly sad and heart-wrenching, this is an excellent read. Thank you.