Jacobites: A New History Of The 45 Rebellion (Pb)
This new account draws extensively on a wealth of contemporary sources,
revealing the thoughts and feelings of the key players and local
eyewitnesses as the extraordinary events of the ’45 played out. What
emerges is a story more complex, paradoxical and tragic than the well-worn myth suggests. From the exiled Stuart court in Rome to the palaces of Versailles and Holyroodhouse, from the battlefields of Flanders to Falkirk and Culloden, Jacobites brilliantly sets the ’45 in its full and proper context.