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Title: Bannockburn and popular politics: commemorating the battle, c.1814-c.1914
Authors: Penman, Michael A
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Editors: Penman, M
Citation: Penman MA (2016) Bannockburn and popular politics: commemorating the battle, c.1814-c.1914. In: Penman M (ed.). Bannockburn, 1314-2014: Battle and Legacy, Donington: Shaun Tyas, pp. 164-186.
Keywords: Scotland
Battle of Bannockburn
Radical War
Home Rule
Great War
Issue Date: 1-Apr-2016
Publisher: Shaun Tyas
Abstract: This paper surveys the political and cultural tensions which affected the development of heritage commemoration and association with the battle of Bannockburn (1314), focussing on the two key centenery anniversaries of 1814 and 1914 (and intervening years) to illustrate how this iconic and defining moment of Scottish historywas hotly contested.
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Type: Part of book or chapter of book
Affiliation: History

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