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Each chapter tries to explain the view from both the British and the Rebel sides.

There is so much more than just the battlefield. The clans were torn apart.

It explained how the inhabitants, most innocent suffered the soldiers revenge or indiscriminant execution as they hunted rebels. Very thorough and complete.

There struggle and what the battle meant to them, both during and in the after math. Then Chapter 2, "Drummossie Moor" explains the battle in amazing detail from both sides.

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Both of them have great biographies. I now understand why this was the beginning of the end for the Scottish clans.

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The "March from Nairn" describes the Royal Army and its makeup as it marches north. He writes with such detail that you can see in your mind's eye the British soldiers in their red coats marching through the mud towards Drummossie Moor.

John Prebble uses many eye witness s to give you the perspective. We also see how their families suffered or celebrated and how the general citizens of England and Scotland reacted. ofr

It is an amazingly complicated time in history. Chapter 5 "The Prisoners" tells the terrible fate of those captured and placed in prison or on lokoing in England for months or years before being executed or at best deported to the colonies.

John Prebble's book Culloden gives it all new depth. As with all Mr.

Prebble's works, this is a window into history. Chapter 4 "Fort Augustus" really hit me hard. One thing for sure it is not at all romantic rebellion or a chivalric victory that it sometimes is portrayed.

The children, woman suffered. He describes looknig tired hungry highlanders as they line up for battle in clan formations with clarity. All in an effort to find the fugitive Prince Charles.

Chapter 3 "Inverness" details the immediate aftermath as Cumberland thusst into Inverness and begins his lockdown of the Highlands and how the citizens faired. I like how Prince Charles and the Duke of Cumberland are described but kept in the background for the most part.