Our web site contains a listing of some notable books and bioographies relating to The Cameronians.
The latest of these includes:
The Aden Insurgency by Jonathan Walker
A first class and comprehensive account of one of those half-wars at the close of Empire, written by a military historian the scope is large and covers the Kingdom of Sheba, the attempts at the federation of some of the disparate Sheikdoms and the Radfan Campaign.
‘Leopard on a Razor Wire’ by Michael Callendar
A collection of rousing stories as a British immigrant who witnessed a wildly oscillating pendulum from the peak of Apartheid in the late 1960s to the ‘New South Africa’ as termed today.
‘Not Much of a Souldier’ by David Christie
A fascinating book covering the ‘Killing Time’ from the Battle of Drumclog in 1679 to Dunkeld, and explores the development and character of the key players.
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