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ISBN:
9781906566814
Categories
History
Imprint
John Donald
Publication Date
22 July 2014
Format
Paperback
Status
Available for Sale
Publisher
Birlinn Limited
Extent
208
Illustrations
16pp b/w plates

Scotland and the Great War

by Catriona M.M.Macdonald and E.W.McFarland, Editor(s) - Find out more about the author

There has been very little previous attention paid to Scottish civilians during the Great War, but, as is revealed here, Scotland had its own unique experience. Of multi-disciplinary interest for academics, and of broad general interest too, this is the only single-volume study of the impact of the Great War on Scotland.

Topics include conscientious objection, voluntary recruitment, press coverage, gender and the war, and the Scottish Highlands and the war.

Catriona Macdonald was born in Glasgow and educated at the universities of St Andrews (MA Hons) and Strathclyde (PhD). She is currently a Senior Lecturer in History at Glasgow Caledonian University and is author of The Radical Thread (2000), Whaur Extremes Meet (2009) and editor of Unionist Scotland (1998).






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