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Montrose; a history by John Buchan
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Montrose; a history (edition 1928)

by John Buchan

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John Buchan describes Graham, Marquis of Montrose's command of the royalist forces during the 1644 to 1650 war with the Covenanters. Montrose's exceptional strength, leadership and military genius are brought to life. Buchan also illustrates an important period in Scottish history, adding his own measure of adventure to this study.… (more)
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John Buchan describes Graham, Marquis of Montrose's command of the royalist forces during the 1644 to 1650 war with the Covenanters. Montrose's exceptional strength, leadership and military genius are brought to life. Buchan also illustrates an important period in Scottish history, adding his own measure of adventure to this study.

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