Scotland: 1,000 Things You Need to Know

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Atlantic Books, Jun 1, 2012 - Reference - 300 pages
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As the proud possessors of a fiercely independent creative heritage, the Scots were a race apart even before Hadrian built the wall. Scotland has produced an indomitable bunch of fighters, builders, thinkers and drinkers, poets, players and pedagogues that have shaped the course of modern history. Scotland: 1,000 Things You Need To Know is the real McCoy, a comprehensive guide to Caledonia and its remarkable people.

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Edwin Moore was for twenty years a senior editor at the Collins Reference division in Glasgow. He is the author of two previous books: Lemmings Don't Leap: 180 Myths, Misconceptions and Urban Legends Exploded (2006) and Brief Encounters: Meetings Between (Mostly) Remarkable People (2007), both published by Chambers Harrap.

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