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    Who was ‘Don Roberto’? Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham of Gartmore, 1852-1936 ..

    Cunninghame Graham (1852-1936)

    . “Writer, traveller and adventurer, and with a Spanish grandmother, I nevertheless find Cunninghame Graham’s involvement in politics to have been the most remarkable feature of his life – for he was from a noble Scottish family, yet became the first ever Socialist member of our British parliament […]

    In Memoriam of 13 February 1692: Glencoe Massacre…

    In Memoriam of all the villagers of Glencoe who died on 13 February 1692 and in the following days during and after the infamous Glencoe Massacre…

    The Massacre of Glencoe took place in Glen Coe in the Highlands of Scotland on 13 February 1692, following the Jacobite uprising of 1689-92. An estimated 30 […]

    Dr. Donald Caskie of Islay (1902-1983), the ‘Tartan Pimpernel’ ..

    Bonjour Marie-Agnes, Janice et Jean-Claude ! 🙂 Hello again from Scotland ! How are you all today ? . A few weeks ago we saw Remembrance Sunday, which in Britain has now for a hundred years been observed on the second Sunday of November. In recent times though, it has become common also to […]

    Dr John Rae Arctic Explorer : Scottish Canadian link

    While surfing on Twitter, I stumbled upon a video from Peter Mansbridge (documentary film producer – Toronto – Canada) which tweet captured my attention: “Okay, so I got a little carried away in Scotland today doing a little Canadian history. Here’s a teaser for you.”

    I watched the video and was delighted to hear […]

    24 April: a Scottish-French anniversary in Notre-Dame de Paris

    24 April 2019…

    I will never forget what two Australian ladies, or should I say “pilgrims” for these friendly ladies were actually visiting the country of their ancestors, emphatically told us one morning, as we were sharing one of the best Scottish breakfasts we’ve ever had, in one of our favourite B&Bs situated near Scone […]