A selection of history videos
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Bothwell Castle has a very complex history with strong Douglas family involvement and use by Edward I as his headquarters in Scotland. Never completed to the intended design it was slighted or demolished on more than one occasion.
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A short history about one of Lanarkshire's most anicent sites. Chris Timmins of Visit Scotland narrates.
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Seeing Blue! Part 1 - Balfron in 1994 Video footage of Midland Bluebird buses at Balfron garage on 22/1/94
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The story of William Wallace, part of a series of short films produced for The National Wallace Monument in Stirling by Paul Saunders Media. For more information on promotional video and photography contact Paul Saunders on 01360 661029. http://www.paulsa
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1. Wide shot of Manhattan street 2. Worker uses drill to open up box containing sword 3. Close up of drill 4. Two men in kilts watch 5. Man opens locks on box 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Colin O'Brien, Provost (Mayor), Town of Sterling: "I am here with the swo
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On Monday 24th June 1861, the anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn, Scotland at last made an effort to atone for neglect of the memory of the patriot, Sir William Wallace. And if numbers and enthusiasm could make up in any manner for that neglect, the
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The Wallace Monument in Stirling holds a national campaign to celebrate Scotland's pioneering women in their Hall of Heroes.
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This is the video of Wallace's Trial, which was in the Hall of Arms before our refurbishment in 2014. We hope you enjoy watching the video, for more information on the National Wallace Monument, William Wallace and our current exhibitions please visit our
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A driech day at the Wallace Monument.Started in 1861 finished in 1869,this monument was built to the memory of Sir William Wallace,the Scots patriot.The fact that the monument was built more than 500 years after his death at the hands of the English,shows
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For Josh, wherein I bore you with (mostly incorrect) history and (wannabe/pseudo) intellectual conjecture. Featuring the lovely Lex, who's videos are far shorter, far more instructive and far less boring: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Xr4liwa8fFyT53y