By Peter Harrington
Culloden marked the tip of the final and maximum of the Jacobite adventures the '45 uprising within which the Highland clans challenged the ability of the Hanoverian King of britain. It used to be at Culloden that Charles Edward Stuart's military used to be eventually defeated. His drained Highlanders had little likelihood opposed to the regular infantry and heavy artillery fireplace of the English. Peter Harrington examines all facets of the conflict, together with its history, the sooner Highlander victories, the boys and commanders of each side, and the bloodbath that came about in its aftermath.
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