May / June 2019
Special issue on rebuilding a nation after the Great War, we explore the sites of the German High Seas, plus links between war service and crime
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Inside the May/June issue of History Scotland:
After the Great War: Rebuilding a nation
In this special themed issue, our expert writers explore what life was like in Scotland after the huge impact and losses of World War I.
- Life in Scotland between the two World Wars
- Special report on an underwater archaeology project studying the remains of the scuttled ships of the German High Seas Fleet
- Remembering their sacrifice: How a nation honoured its war dead
- Crime amongst war veterans in the post-war years
We also have news, features and opinion covering centuries of history and archaeology, including the women registrars who broke into an all-male profession, literature in the interwar period and a new study of Princess Louise, duchess of Argyll (1848-1939) and her connections with Scotland.