This history of Scotland addresses the questions that other texts ignore, such as: was Bannockburn a cake?; how bonnie was Prince Charlie?; and wha's like us? Combining accuracy and humour, this is Scottish history from a different angle.
This is a short 24-page full colour publication which takes a humorous look at ten topics stereotypically associated with the Scots - Being mean, ancestral research, the weather, kilts and tartan, bagpipes, language, whisky, football (and pubs), haggis and the Loch Ness monster.
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