Scottish History Videos

Here are a range of videos relating to key dates in Scottish history. The videos were produced around the theme of This Day in Scottish History, but there are scientists, monarchs, extra ordinary men from Scotland’s past and women from Scotland’s past.

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Seven Marriages that Created the United Kingdom and the UK Act of Union

Seven Marriages that Created the United Kingdom and the UK Act of Union

Scottish history tour guide Bruce Fummey lists seven marriages that made the UK and why. The UK Act of Union didn't happen in a vacuum. From Malcolm Canmore to Queen Anne, the seven key marriages that led to what still seems a disunited kingdom

LIFE OF JOHN KNOX:, The Man Who Made Scotland and the Presbyterian Church of Scotland

LIFE OF JOHN KNOX:, The Man Who Made Scotland and the Presbyterian Church of Scotland

Bruce Fummey gives a brief history of John Knox. He was genuinely the man who made modern Scotland, though not always intentionally. Not only did he design the Presbyterian Church of Scotland, but changed the culture of Scotland

Womens Education Rights: Women in Scottish History, The Edinburgh 7 and Surgeons Hall Riot

Womens Education Rights: Women in Scottish History, The Edinburgh 7 and Surgeons Hall Riot

Womens Education Rights, The Edinburgh 7 and women in Scottish history. Led by phia Jex-Blake these intelligent, determined women fought for the education rights of women and made Edinburgh University the first university in the UK to accept females

James Young Simpson: The Man Who Discovered Anesthesia

James Young Simpson: The Man Who Discovered Anesthesia

James Young Simson was one of the most important doctors in our history. The man who discovered anesthesia was, of course, Scottish. Bruce Fummey visits the statue, the home and the grave of James Young Simpson as he tours Edinburgh to tell the story

End of the Jacobite  Rebellion 1715: The Battle of Preston

End of the Jacobite Rebellion 1715: The Battle of Preston

Bruce Fummey tells another of the tales from Scotlands history that's often forgotten. The Jacobite rebellion (I prefer uprising) of 1715 ended at Sherrifmuir so they say, but there was more to it than that

Spanish Civil war Stories and Women in Scottish history: Ethel MacDonald

Spanish Civil war Stories and Women in Scottish history: Ethel MacDonald

B ruce Fummey tells of Ethel tells of Ethel MacDonald. This is another of the tales from Scotlands history that's too often forgotten. The International Brigade contained more Scottish volunteers tha

Scottish in Canada: Hudsons Bay Company, Isobel Gunn and Women in Scottish history

Scottish in Canada: Hudsons Bay Company, Isobel Gunn and Women in Scottish history

Bruce Fummey tells one of the tales from Scotlands history of early Scots in Canada. Isobel Gunn and John Fubister were both Scottish people worked for Hudsons bay Company in Canada. For such different people they were very similar.

Social Upheaval in Scotland: The Malt Tax Riots and UK Act of Union

Social Upheaval in Scotland: The Malt Tax Riots and UK Act of Union

Bruce Fummey tells tells one of the tales from Scotlands History, that is an early tale from UK history just after the UK Act of Union. Were The UK Act of Union and The Malt Tax Riots inevitable as Scotland was subsumed into England?

Thomas Cochrane: Scotlands Hero at Sea and Greatest sea captain

Thomas Cochrane: Scotlands Hero at Sea and Greatest sea captain

Bruce Fummey gives a summary of the life of Lord Thomas Cochrane, the greatest Scottish and British sea captain. A Scottish hero in Chile, Brazil and the Napoleonic wars, yes, but Sir Thomas Cochrane was so much more.

Charles Edward Stewart (Stuart) Last of the Stewart Kings You Didn't Know

Charles Edward Stewart (Stuart) Last of the Stewart Kings You Didn't Know

Scottish history tour guide Bruce Fummey tells a tales from the post Jacobite Rebellion life of Jacobite prince then king, Bonnie Prince Charlie. He's the Charles Edward Stewart (Stuart) you've heard of from Culloden. What about the one you haven't.

What you didn't realise about The Auld Alliance between Scotland and France

What you didn't realise about The Auld Alliance between Scotland and France

Bruce Fummey will change your way of thinking about the alliance between Scotland and France. Thhis is one of the best known tales from Scotlands History that everyone has wrong

James VI of Scotland: The First British Royal Wedding

James VI of Scotland: The First British Royal Wedding

Bruce Fummey tells of the events and consequences of the wedding of James VI. They were huge for the British Isles. They were particularly important for some poor hapless women on both sides of the North Sea.

Slavery and the Church: Scottish Black History in British Black History month

Slavery and the Church: Scottish Black History in British Black History month

Bruce Fummey takes you to Auchterarder old Parish Church to explain the birth of the Free Church of Scotland, it's link to slavery and one of the tales from Scotland's history that is often forgotten.

Ramsay MacDonald, Scotlands Peasant Labour Prime Minister

Ramsay MacDonald, Scotlands Peasant Labour Prime Minister

Bruce Fummey tells of how a boy born illegitimate and poor in a north east Scottish fishing village grew up to become the Prime Minister in the first Labour government of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Scotlands Forgotten War of Independence Part 3

Scotlands Forgotten War of Independence Part 3

Bruce Fummey tells of the BAttle of Neville's Cross, the capture of king David II of Scotland, the surrender of royal rights by Edward Balliol to Edward III of England and The Treaty of Berwick. One of the tales from Scotlands history oft forgot

Scotlands Forgotten war of Independence Part 2

Scotlands Forgotten war of Independence Part 2

Bruce Fummey continues one of the tales from Scotland's history that is often forgotten, with King David II of Scotland, Edward III of England, Edward Baliol and the Battle of Halidon Hill

Scotlands forgotten War of Independence Part 1: King David II and Edward Baliol

Scotlands forgotten War of Independence Part 1: King David II and Edward Baliol

Bruce Fummey tells more tales from Scotlands history with The Battle of Dupplin Moor, Edward Baliol, David II and Edward III. This is the first in a series of three videos about Scotlands second war of independence

Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars The Occupation of Skye and the beauty of Skye combined

Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars The Occupation of Skye and the beauty of Skye combined

Bruce Fummey ends one of the tales from Scotland's history of Highland Clearances. With the backdrop of the beauty of Skye Bruce tells of the invasion and occupation of this beautiful island

Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars The Glendale Martyrs and the beauty of Skye combined

Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars The Glendale Martyrs and the beauty of Skye combined

Bruce Fummey continues one of the tales from Scotland's history which has been too easily forgotten amongst the beauty of Skye. The Glendale Martyrs were one of the key links in breaking the chain of Highland Clearance and the move towards land right

Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars, The Battle of the Braes and the Beauty of Skye Combined

Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars, The Battle of the Braes and the Beauty of Skye Combined

Bruce Fummey tells one of the tales from Scotlands history that's oft forgotten. The Crofters Land Wars saw the ending of Highland Clearances and a move towards crofters' rights. The beauty of Skye is captured in this Isle of Skye Scotland

Battle of Flodden and James IV of Scotland: The King who Never Died

Battle of Flodden and James IV of Scotland: The King who Never Died

Scottish history tour guide, Bruce Fummey tells one of the saddest tales from Scotlands History of one of Scotland's greatest kings. Did King James IV of Scotland really die at the Battle of Flodden?

Murder at Camp 21: A  British Prisoner of War Camp

Murder at Camp 21: A British Prisoner of War Camp

Bruce Fummey tells one of the gruesome Tales from Scotland;s History from the WW2 POW camp 21, now called Cultybraggan. The Battle of the Bulge, the great escape and the march on London all led towards a gruesome murder

The Battle of Stirling Bridge and the Other William Wallace

The Battle of Stirling Bridge and the Other William Wallace

Bruce Fummey tells of Andrew de Moray in one of the tales from Scotland's History that most folk view from the side of William Wallace. Was Andrew de Moray the real hero of the battle of Stirling Bridge.

Highland Stories: Clearances and The Duke of Sutherland

Highland Stories: Clearances and The Duke of Sutherland

Bruce Fummey tells one of the saddest Tales from Scotland's History. The Highland Clearances in Sutherland showed the worst excesses of human insensitivity and loss

Scottish American History: General John Forbes

Scottish American History: General John Forbes

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Iron Age Scotland: Standing Stones and Time Trave

Iron Age Scotland: Standing Stones and Time Trave

Bruce Fummey lets you travel back in time to ancient Scottish history to visit 5000 year old standing stones and an iron age crannog in Perthshire on the beautiful banks of Loch Tay.

Social Injustice in Scottish History: British army massacre over The Militia Act

Social Injustice in Scottish History: British army massacre over The Militia Act

Bruce Fummey tells one of the horror Tales from Scotlands History, where a civil dispute turned into a British army massacre. The Militia Act 1797 led to civil strife then a massacre by British troops.

Scottish American History: Brothers in the American Civil War

Scottish American History: Brothers in the American Civil War

Bruce Fummey tells the tale of two Scottish brothers in the American civil war. The Campbell brothers story goes from Highland clearances to the civil war battlefield with two brothers creating a tale from American and Scottish history

The Battle of the Standard, King David I and the Scottish English Border

The Battle of the Standard, King David I and the Scottish English Border

Bruce Fummey tells one of the Tales from Scotlands History that is often overlooked. King David I of Scotland extended influence beyond the Scotland England border that we'd recognise today. The Battle of the Standard was a turning point.

John Logie Baird: The Man Who Invented Television

John Logie Baird: The Man Who Invented Television

Bruce Fummey, tells one of the glorious and sad tales from Scotlands history, of the Scottish inventor of the television. Not only did he give the first demonstration of television, but made many other breakthroughs.

Who Was the Real King Macbeth: Key Dates in Scottish History

Who Was the Real King Macbeth: Key Dates in Scottish History

Bruce Fummey highlights how the real Macbeth's reign started and finished on the same date. Oh and Shakespeare was talking nonsense.

How did Scotland Get it's Borders: The Origin of Scotland

How did Scotland Get it's Borders: The Origin of Scotland

Bruce Fummey, takes you from pre-history to the modern borders of Scotland in 18 minutes

James IV of Scotland: The Marriage of the Thistle and Rose

James IV of Scotland: The Marriage of the Thistle and Rose

Bruce Fummey tells one of the tales from Scotlands History that led to the Treaty of Perpetual Peace and ultimately to the United kingdom. But the road to the marriage of the thistle and rose was more thorny than some might realise.

Key Dates in Scottish history: The Gowrie Conspiracy. The day UK nearly didn't happen

Key Dates in Scottish history: The Gowrie Conspiracy. The day UK nearly didn't happen

Bruce Fummey tells of James VI of Scotland and one of the most sordid tales from Scotlands history. It's not only a key date in British history, but has implications for Scottish American history.

Scottish History Day Out: Inverness from Edinburgh on The Jacobite Road

Scottish History Day Out: Inverness from Edinburgh on The Jacobite Road

Bruce Fummey tells Tales from Scotland's History and gives some tips for a history road trip to the Highlands with some Jacobite clan tales. Let's go on a Scottish history tour!

The Battle of Killiecrankie and Bonnie Dundee: Jacobite Rebellion or Counter Revolution

The Battle of Killiecrankie and Bonnie Dundee: Jacobite Rebellion or Counter Revolution

Bruce Fummey explains the events in the first 'Jacobite rebellion' leading up to The Battle of Killiecrankie and two great songs that followed. Links below to The Corries versions of Bonnie Dundee and Killicrankie.

King William the Lion and Scotland Lost: Part 2

King William the Lion and Scotland Lost: Part 2

Bruce Fummey helps you learn scottish history, as he tells the tale of King William of Scotland, one of the key dates in Scottish history and the events leading up to The Treaty of Falaise.

SCOTTISH AMERICAN HISTORY: John Paul Jones, Hero or Pirate?

SCOTTISH AMERICAN HISTORY: John Paul Jones, Hero or Pirate?

Bruce Fummey tells of a young lad born in Kirkcudbrightshire who became a national hero, or a depending on your nationality. We visit the house and the history of John Paul Jones.

King William the Lion and Scotland Lost: Part 1

King William the Lion and Scotland Lost: Part 1

Bruce Fummey helps you learn scottish history, as he tells the tale of King William of Scotland, one of the key dates in Scottish history and the events leading up to The Treaty of Falaise.

Robert the Bruce Story: The Birth of Robert the Bruce

Robert the Bruce Story: The Birth of Robert the Bruce

Bruce Bruce Fummey tells an intriguing tale from one of the key dates in Scottish history and the intrigues of the parents of Robert the seventh Bruce

Story of Robert the Bruce: Patriot or no? The Nobles Revolt

Story of Robert the Bruce: Patriot or no? The Nobles Revolt

From The Wallace Monument in Stirling, Scottish history tour guide Bruce Fummey looks at the behaviour of Robert the Bruce leading up to The Noble's Revolt and Battle of Stirling Bridge 1297.

SCOTTISH AMERICAN HISTORY: Scots and the American Civil War

SCOTTISH AMERICAN HISTORY: Scots and the American Civil War

Bruce Fummey takes you to an unique monument to commemorate Scots who fought in the American Civil War

They Even Took our Kilts: What Happened After Culloden

They Even Took our Kilts: What Happened After Culloden

In They Even Took our Kilts: What Happened After Culloden Scottish history tour guide, Bruce Fummey talks about The Act of Proscription, which was part of the post Culloden crackdown in The Highlands. It wasn't only weapons and kilts that were taken

Whatever Happened to Flora MacDonald?: Women from Scotlands Past

Whatever Happened to Flora MacDonald?: Women from Scotlands Past

Bruce Fummey tells the tale of Flora Macdonald after she had helped Bonnie Prince Charlie escape to France. Flora MacDonald must be one of the best known women from Scotlands past, yet most of us only know about one night of her life.

King James IV of Scotland:Men From Scotland's Past and Tales from Scotland's History

King James IV of Scotland:Men From Scotland's Past and Tales from Scotland's History

Bruce Fummey goes to Stirling Castle and Linlithgow Palace to give an introduction to James IV of Scotland, his birth, youth and how he came to the throne. In terms of Men from Scotland's past he is one of the most influential, though easily forgotte

Robert the Bruce Story: The Battle of Methven

Robert the Bruce Story: The Battle of Methven

Bruce Fummey tells one of the Tales from Scotlands History and includes one of the men from Scotlands past that's often forgotten. The Battle of Methven

Highland Clearlances, Henry Dundas and the Scottish Slave Trade

Highland Clearlances, Henry Dundas and the Scottish Slave Trade

Bruce Fummey links three of the tales from Scotlands History that are too often obscured. At the time of a discussion of Black Lives Matter. The debate about racial justice has often focused on controversial statues

James Clerk Maxwell

James Clerk Maxwell

Bruce Fummey talks about the greatest Scottish scientist as he takes a walk round the James Clerk Maxwell route in Edinburgh

The Jacobite Rebellion.. Or was it? Birth of James VIII

The Jacobite Rebellion.. Or was it? Birth of James VIII

Bruce Fummey explains the connection between a royal baby, the Jacobite rebellion, The Union between Scotland and England, Orangemen and Kate Middleton

Death of Robert the Bruce: This day in Scottish History. Scotlands Outlaw King

Death of Robert the Bruce: This day in Scottish History. Scotlands Outlaw King

Bruce Fummey commemorates the death of one of the great men from Scotlands past: our warrior king Robert the Bruce. He traces the last journey of Scotlands outlaw king from his home, to his resting place at Dunfermline Abbey.

THE KINGS BIRTHDAY RIOTS: Learn About Riots from Scottish History

THE KINGS BIRTHDAY RIOTS: Learn About Riots from Scottish History

Learn About Riots from Scottish History, Scottish history tour guides Bruce Fummey tells one of the tales from Scotlands History which has echos in today's world.

CARDINAL BEATON'S DEATH: The Scottish Reformation and St Andrews History

CARDINAL BEATON'S DEATH: The Scottish Reformation and St Andrews History

Bruce Fummey relates one of the key events leading to the Scottish reformation in his own innimitable style. Tales from Scotlands History told with a twist. Don't worry all the information's there to learn about Scottish history and smile as well

DUNOTTAR CASTLE, EDINBURGH CASTLE AND THE HONOURS OF SCOTLAND: key date in scottish history

DUNOTTAR CASTLE, EDINBURGH CASTLE AND THE HONOURS OF SCOTLAND: key date in scottish history

Bruce Fummey tells a tale from a key date in Scottish history, with events on the same day almost two centuries apart. Dunottar Castle is one of the most dramatic Castles spots in Scotland, Edinburgh Castle is certainly the most famous.

KING DAVID I OF SCOTLAND: Scotlands Kings and Queens who made Scotland

KING DAVID I OF SCOTLAND: Scotlands Kings and Queens who made Scotland

Bruce Fummey gives a potted history of one of the Kings that changed Scotland forever. Undoubtedly one of the great men from Scotlands past, maybe even one who made Scotland, but was he really King David of Scotland?

THE PORTEOUS RIOTS: Tales fom Scotlands history  - 14 April - Grassmarket Edinburgh

THE PORTEOUS RIOTS: Tales fom Scotlands history - 14 April - Grassmarket Edinburgh

The Porteous Riots in The Grassmarket, Edinburgh is one of the tales from Scotlands past that is covered in Sir Walter Scott's novel Heart of Midlothian, but what is the background to The Porteous Riots?

Scottish Independence Questions:: Robert Bruce the Contender

Scottish Independence Questions:: Robert Bruce the Contender

Bruce Fummey tells a tale from Scotland's past and the roots of Scottish Wars of Independence. A key dates in Scottish history. The Great debate between Bruce and Baliol. What caused Scottish wars of independence? Robert Bruce 5th lord ofAnnandale

The Seige of Berwick: key dates in scottish history   - 30th March

The Seige of Berwick: key dates in scottish history - 30th March

Bruce Fummey talks questions of Scottish independence with one of the most horrific tales from Scotlands past. One of the first actions of the Scottish wars of independence and one of the most brutal massacres in Scottish history.

Scottish Independence and The Stone of Destiny: tales from Scotlands history

Scottish Independence and The Stone of Destiny: tales from Scotlands history

Bruce Fummey talks about Scottish independence questions, the history of the Stone of Destiny and the inauguration of Robert the Bruce as we discuss history at Scone Palace, at Scone Palace, Perth, Scotland on This Day in Scottish History.

The Free Church of Scotland and the Founding of Dunedin, New Zealand

The Free Church of Scotland and the Founding of Dunedin, New Zealand

Bruce Fummey explains how the schism in the Scottish church and the Free Church of Scotland led to the founding of Dunedin in New Zealand. An opportunity to smile about Scottish history and learn New Zealand history at the same time

 Women From Scotland's Past - Ethel MacDonald: Key Dates in Scottish History -  24th February

Women From Scotland's Past - Ethel MacDonald: Key Dates in Scottish History - 24th February

Bruce Fummey, talks Scottish history and Ethel Macdonald. a genuine Motherwell hero , a woman from Scotlands past and volunteer of spanish civil war and one of the Scots of International Brigade . This is one of the stories from Scotlands history tha

King James I of Scotland: 21 Feb

King James I of Scotland: 21 Feb

Bruce Fummey tells you about King James I of Scotland. The Death of James I of Scotland is one of the duplicitous tales from Scotlands history.

The Glencoe Massacre: Tales From Scotland's History - This Day in Scottish History -13th February

The Glencoe Massacre: Tales From Scotland's History - This Day in Scottish History -13th February

Bruce Fummey tells tales from Scotland's history, about the Glencoe massacre. It's painted as a stain on Scottish history, on Campbell of Glenlyon, or a feud between MacDonalds and Campbells. Involvement went right up to William III and IV

Robert the Bruce Story: Kings that changed Scotland forever. The murder of John Comyn - 10th Feb

Robert the Bruce Story: Kings that changed Scotland forever. The murder of John Comyn - 10th Feb

Bruce Fummey has a smile about Scottish history as he tells tales from Scotlands past. We learn about Scottish history and how, on one of the key dates in Scottish history, the murder of John Comyn was a pivotal moment in the Robert the Bruce story

Why was Perth Named? Who Named Perth? What are the similarities between Perth Scotland and Australia

Why was Perth Named? Who Named Perth? What are the similarities between Perth Scotland and Australia

Who named Perth, where is Perth and why was Perth named Perth, how did most remote city in Australia come to be, and are there any similarities between Perth Scotland and Perth Australia? Scottish history tour guide, Bruce Fummey

The Act of Union, but which one?: Scottish independence questions

The Act of Union, but which one?: Scottish independence questions

Bruce Fummey uses some some Scottish humour and history to examine one of the key dates in Scottish history. Smile about scottish history, but learn about Scottish history at the same time. Bruce Fummey talks about the Union in Scottish history

Alexander Selkirk, Who was the real Robinson Crusoe: and Daniel Defoe in Scotland

Alexander Selkirk, Who was the real Robinson Crusoe: and Daniel Defoe in Scotland

Bruce Fummey tells of the real robinson crusoe from whom Daniel Defoe got the idea for his blockbuster book. We also delve into the shady life of Daniel Defoe in Scotland at one of the key dates in scottish history. The time of The Act of Union 1707

Tales from Scotlands History: Helen Gloag The unexpected empress

Tales from Scotlands History: Helen Gloag The unexpected empress

Bruce Fummey tells an unique tale from Scotland's past which takes us from the small village of Muthill Perthshire to the palace in Morocco. One of those stories from Scotlands history that is both heart warming and sad in equal measure.

The Negative Confession of Faith: The Scottish Reformation and James VI of Scotland

The Negative Confession of Faith: The Scottish Reformation and James VI of Scotland

Bruce Fummey helps you learn about Scottish history as he tells tales from Scotland's history. He talks about the reasons behind James VIs signature of this deed, also known as The Kings Confession, from outside St John's Kirk

The History of Newspapers in Scotland: The Glasgow Herald

The History of Newspapers in Scotland: The Glasgow Herald

Bruce Fummey says a key date in Scottish history was also a key date in the history of newspapers in Scotland. Bruce outlines how the history of education in Scotland and how John Knox changed Scotland links to the birth of The Glasgow Herald newspap

The One O'Clock Gun: Some Scottish Humour and History

The One O'Clock Gun: Some Scottish Humour and History

Bruce Fummey tells tales from Scotlands history. He explains why Edinburgh has the One O'Clock Gun with some Scottish history and humour. Do you know how to measure longitude with a clock? Do you know what a Harrison clock is? Bruce Fummey explains t

The Scottish Enlightenment and Robert Burns Celebration - This day in Scottish History: 25th January

The Scottish Enlightenment and Robert Burns Celebration - This day in Scottish History: 25th January

Bruce Fummey pays tribute to Robert Burns in 25 january tradition in the Poets Bar Kenmore Hotel. He puts Burns in the context of The Scottish Enlightenment

The Murder of Mary Queen of Scots Brother: A tale from Scotland's past

The Murder of Mary Queen of Scots Brother: A tale from Scotland's past

Bruce Fummey gives a brief description of events leading up to the murder of James Stewart 1st Earl of Moray

Great Scottish Aviator: Captain Eric Winkle Brown born 21st Jan

Great Scottish Aviator: Captain Eric Winkle Brown born 21st Jan

The great Scottish aviator Captain Eric Winkle Brown was born 21st Jan so Bruce Fummey helps us smile at Scottish history with a tribute to Captain Winkle Brown, one of the men from Scotlands past.

David II Of Scotland, Edward Balliol and the Battle of Dupplin Moor

David II Of Scotland, Edward Balliol and the Battle of Dupplin Moor

Bruce Fummey tells of David II of Scotland and Edward Balliol, Scottish kings, the Bruces and the Baliols, The Battle of Dupplin Moor and The Second Wars of Independence. Let's smile about Scottish history

  
Seven Marriages that Created the United Kingdom and the UK Act of Union LIFE OF JOHN KNOX:, The Man Who Made Scotland and the Presbyterian Church of Scotland Womens Education Rights: Women in Scottish History, The Edinburgh 7 and Surgeons Hall Riot James Young Simpson: The Man Who Discovered Anesthesia End of the Jacobite Rebellion 1715: The Battle of Preston Spanish Civil war Stories and Women in Scottish history: Ethel MacDonald Scottish in Canada: Hudsons Bay Company, Isobel Gunn and Women in Scottish history Social Upheaval in Scotland: The Malt Tax Riots and UK Act of Union Thomas Cochrane: Scotlands Hero at Sea and Greatest sea captain Charles Edward Stewart (Stuart) Last of the Stewart Kings You Didn't Know What you didn't realise about The Auld Alliance between Scotland and France James VI of Scotland: The First British Royal Wedding Slavery and the Church: Scottish Black History in British Black History month Ramsay MacDonald, Scotlands Peasant Labour Prime Minister Scotlands Forgotten War of Independence Part 3 Scotlands Forgotten war of Independence Part 2 Scotlands forgotten War of Independence Part 1: King David II and Edward Baliol Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars The Occupation of Skye and the beauty of Skye combined Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars The Glendale Martyrs and the beauty of Skye combined Highland Clearances, Skye Crofters Wars, The Battle of the Braes and the Beauty of Skye Combined Battle of Flodden and James IV of Scotland: The King who Never Died Murder at Camp 21: A British Prisoner of War Camp The Battle of Stirling Bridge and the Other William Wallace Highland Stories: Clearances and The Duke of Sutherland Scottish American History: General John Forbes Iron Age Scotland: Standing Stones and Time Trave Social Injustice in Scottish History: British army massacre over The Militia Act Scottish American History: Brothers in the American Civil War The Battle of the Standard, King David I and the Scottish English Border John Logie Baird: The Man Who Invented Television Who Was the Real King Macbeth: Key Dates in Scottish History How did Scotland Get it's Borders: The Origin of Scotland James IV of Scotland: The Marriage of the Thistle and Rose Key Dates in Scottish history: The Gowrie Conspiracy. The day UK nearly didn't happen Scottish History Day Out: Inverness from Edinburgh on The Jacobite Road The Battle of Killiecrankie and Bonnie Dundee: Jacobite Rebellion or Counter Revolution King William the Lion and Scotland Lost: Part 2 SCOTTISH AMERICAN HISTORY: John Paul Jones, Hero or Pirate? King William the Lion and Scotland Lost: Part 1 Robert the Bruce Story: The Birth of Robert the Bruce Story of Robert the Bruce: Patriot or no? The Nobles Revolt SCOTTISH AMERICAN HISTORY: Scots and the American Civil War They Even Took our Kilts: What Happened After Culloden Whatever Happened to Flora MacDonald?: Women from Scotlands Past King James IV of Scotland:Men From Scotland's Past and Tales from Scotland's History Robert the Bruce Story: The Battle of Methven Highland Clearlances, Henry Dundas and the Scottish Slave Trade James Clerk Maxwell The Jacobite Rebellion.. Or was it? Birth of James VIII Death of Robert the Bruce: This day in Scottish History. Scotlands Outlaw King THE KINGS BIRTHDAY RIOTS: Learn About Riots from Scottish History CARDINAL BEATON'S DEATH: The Scottish Reformation and St Andrews History DUNOTTAR CASTLE, EDINBURGH CASTLE AND THE HONOURS OF SCOTLAND: key date in scottish history KING DAVID I OF SCOTLAND: Scotlands Kings and Queens who made Scotland THE PORTEOUS RIOTS: Tales fom Scotlands history - 14 April - Grassmarket Edinburgh Scottish Independence Questions:: Robert Bruce the Contender The Seige of Berwick: key dates in scottish history - 30th March Scottish Independence and The Stone of Destiny: tales from Scotlands history The Free Church of Scotland and the Founding of Dunedin, New Zealand Women From Scotland's Past - Ethel MacDonald: Key Dates in Scottish History - 24th February King James I of Scotland: 21 Feb The Glencoe Massacre: Tales From Scotland's History - This Day in Scottish History -13th February Robert the Bruce Story: Kings that changed Scotland forever. The murder of John Comyn - 10th Feb Why was Perth Named? Who Named Perth? What are the similarities between Perth Scotland and Australia The Act of Union, but which one?: Scottish independence questions Alexander Selkirk, Who was the real Robinson Crusoe: and Daniel Defoe in Scotland Tales from Scotlands History: Helen Gloag The unexpected empress The Negative Confession of Faith: The Scottish Reformation and James VI of Scotland The History of Newspapers in Scotland: The Glasgow Herald The One O'Clock Gun: Some Scottish Humour and History The Scottish Enlightenment and Robert Burns Celebration - This day in Scottish History: 25th January The Murder of Mary Queen of Scots Brother: A tale from Scotland's past Great Scottish Aviator: Captain Eric Winkle Brown born 21st Jan David II Of Scotland, Edward Balliol and the Battle of Dupplin Moor
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