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abigail2010 Posted - 07 October 2010 : 13:45:59
This is very Finest story related with scottish history.
Bonnie Prince Charlie and the 45 is very interesting story of Scotland. This is story about a young prince. In the ancient Scotland’s most prestigious and famous prince whose life is full of romance and tragic moments. This is the motivational, inspiring and fast-moving story of a young prince. He was not, however, Scottish, but was born into the Stuart Dynasty in Rome, Italy on December 31, 1720. King James II's eldest legitimate grandson, Prince Charles Edward Stuart, known everywhere as 'Bonnie Prince Charlie', achieved international fame at the age of twenty five as the man who by his charisma, daring and energy led the Rising of 1745 against George II which all but succeeded in restoring his exiled royal family - the Stuarts& Culloden,Walter Scott, - to their thrones of Scotland, England and Ireland Prince..

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angusg Posted - 16 December 2011 : 22:23:20
I think history would reveal that the
Bonnie prince Charlie saga is not at all
as romantic as it has been made out to be.

The truth is that had all Scots come out
in support of the Jacobite rebellion, maybe
he could have usurped the British throne.

he had little popular support south of Sirling and none
to speak off in England.

In the end exiled, deboched and peniless the Stewart
was maintained by British handlouts. In some ways similar
to King Edward & wallis Simpson in our era.

McDougal, Blackie, Pringle, Middlemiss,
Rennick, Hunter, Haig

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