The Thin Red Line: War, Empire and Visions of Scotland

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National Museums of Scotland, 2004 - Photography - 159 pages
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"Over centuries, war and military service have shaped the way the world sees Scotland and the way the Scots see themselves. Inspired by the collections of the National Museums of Scotland, stuart Allan and Allan Carswell uncover the historical forces behind this phenomenon, exploring the impact of war on generations of Scots. Through union, empire, world war and modern global poliitcs the resilience and utility of the Scottish military tradition is revealed." --Back cover.

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Contents

Introduction
11
STRATEGY
47
PROSPECTS
87
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Stuart Allan teaches in the School of Cultural Studies at the University of West of England, Bristol. His previous publications include News Culture (1999) and the co-edited volumes News, Gender and Power (1998) and Environmental Risks and the Media (2000). He is series editor for the Issues in Cultural and Media Studies series.

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