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  • Scotland - A Concise History
    Here you can read the complete book of Scotland's history. 
  • Bannockburn
    The story of the battle and it's place in Scotland's history.
  • Scotland the Separate
    A short book by James Halliday on the Heritage of Scotland. The Historical basis and Characteristics of National Aspirations on Scotland.

  • The 1820 Rising
    A book by James Halliday on the the Radical War of 1820. A little known but important part of Scotland's history.

  • The Wisdom of Oliver Brown
    A collection of some of the aphorisms and comments which Oliver Brown contributed to The Scots Independent - and a few words from "Witdom".

  • Dr Robert McIntyre
    The timing of this biography of Robert McIntyre is impeccable. In recent years the Party has begun rediscovering both its roots and its leading personalities.  Robert McIntyre who in the Fifties was a strong leader at a time of division and strife and who by producing stability, laid the ground for the sudden expansion that was to come.

  • A Step on the Road to Freedom
    The History of the Young Nationalist Association 1936 - 1946
  • Anthony J C Kerr
    A book about Anthony J C Kerr, his life and times and his notable achievements. He is remembered for the voluminous correspondence with the newspapers, generally "The Scotsman". Whether he held the record for letters published I do not know but it is said that it was once asked whether Anthony Kerr was a Committee, as the letters could not have all come from one man!
  • Ewan Bain Cartoons
    The loss of Ewen Bain to all Scotland cannot be measured, except that all of us have lost a main source of laughter based on a humour without any malice. Ewen was a modern commentator but in his cartoon’s famous character Angus Og he also observed the essential qualities of the Scots’ failings and virtues.


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