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Title: The enigma that was the first Jacobite
Author(s): Mann, Alastair J
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Keywords: Jacobitism
Issue Date: Nov-2020
Date Deposited: 26-Oct-2020
Citation: Mann AJ (2020) The enigma that was the first Jacobite. History Scotland, 20 (6), pp. 18-22.
Abstract: Jacobitism began with King James VII and II, the man who lost his thrones in the Revolution of 1688-89. But who was this complex, enigmatic, much-maligned king, and what was his relationship to Scotland. This article discusses James and his legacy.
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