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John Grierson, a pioneer of documentary film making, died on 19 February 1972.

19/02/2019

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Glasgow's Queen Street Station was officially opened on 18 February 1842.

18/02/2019

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Scottish Minister James Renwick was executed on 17 February 1688 for refusing to swear fealty to King James VII. ...

17/02/2019

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Government forces, under the leadership of Lord Louden, failed in their attempt to capture Charles Edward Stuart ...

16/02/2019

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The Caledonian Railway Company opened on 15 February 1848, running trains between Glasgow and London.

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The extent and composition of the salvage site of the German High Seas Fleet, that was scuttled almost a century ...

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Alexander Graham Bell filed a patent for the telephone on 14 February 1876.

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The Glencoe Massacre took place on 13 February 1692.

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Reverend Henry Duncan, founder of one of the world's first commercial savings banks, died on 12 February 1846.

12/02/2019

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The third in the History Scotland Lectures series, in association with the University of Dundee Centre for ...

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A selection of rare books dating back to the early 16th century has gone on display at the University of Dundee, ...

11/02/2019

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The Friends of Glasgow Necropolis are fundraising to restore an intricately-decorated Victorian mausoleum designed ...

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