Scotland’s Tragic Last Stand to Overthrow The English Throne | History Of Warfare

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On 16 April 1746, on Drummossie Moor overlooking Inverness, a well supplied Hanoverian army led by the Duke of Cumberland annihilated the much smaller army of Lord John Murray and the leader he mistrusted, Prince Charles Edward Stuart. It was Bonnie Prince Charlie’s final assault on the English, and the bloodiest of all the Jacobite battles. It was also the last battle fought on British soil.

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