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Fri Mar 21 17:10:22 2014 UTClccn-n791264010.20Scotland /0.340.92For king and conscience : John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee (1648-1689) /29553330Magnus_Linklatern 79126401357948Linklater, Magnus Duncan 1942- Vollstaendiger Nameリンクレイター, マグナスlccn-n81119905Ascherson, Neallccn-n84009828Hilton, Isabellccn-n83039839Barbie, Klaus1913-1991hnrlccn-n79126399Chester, Lewislccn-n50000092Fay, Stephenlccn-n79043370Hughes, Howard1905-1976lccn-n50029414Irving, Cliffordlccn-n79060691Maclean, Fitzroy1911-1996lccn-n50031929Eddy, Paul1944-2009lccn-n81062514Gillman, PeterLinklater, MagnusHistoryBiographyPictorial worksCatalogsArtScotlandFalkland Islands War (1982)GermanyWar criminalsBarbie, Klaus,NazisFascismGreat BritainSouth AmericaGlencoe Massacre (1692)Political scienceGraham, John,--Viscount Dundee,International relationsArgentinaPoliticiansThorpe, JeremyCivilizationScotland--HighlandsSouth Orkney Islands--Falkland IslandsHughes, Howard,Irving, CliffordDefense contracts--Corrupt practicesIndustrial policyCorporations--Corrupt practicesWestland Aircraft LimitedIslandsPhotography, ArtisticLandscape photographyWilderness areasJacobitesGeneralsRevolution of 1688 (Scotland)NobilityArt museumsArtArt--Collectors and collectingEconomic historyAutonomy--Economic aspectsSelf-determination, NationalEconomic policyPaintingScotland--AberdeenScotland--EdinburghMcGraw-Hill Book CompanyScotland--DundeeArt museums--Exhibitions194219721973197719791980198219831984198519861988198919921993199419951996199719981999200020032004200920122013379248142997.11F3031ocn8326203297476ocn011029805book19840.24Linklater, MagnusThe Nazi legacy : Klaus Barbie and the international fascist connectionBiography7258ocn000375659book19720.27Fay, StephenHoax; the inside story of the Howard Hughes--Clifford Irving affair58812ocn044397998book20000.23Maclean, FitzroyScotland : a concise historyHistoryFitzroy Maclean's classic work has been updated with a new chapter by Magnus Linklater, examining how Scottish identity is faring in the wake of the first Scottish Parliament for nearly 300 years+-+688737550533421ocn008940898book19820.50Eddy, PaulThe Falklands WarBeskrivelse af Falklands-konflikten og Falklandskrigen, herunder analyser af konfliktårsager, mæglingsforsøg og krigsoperationerne2508ocn011813394book19840.53Linklater, MagnusThe Fourth Reich : Klaus Barbie and the neo-Fascist connectionBiography2174ocn011600683book19840.20Corrance, DouglasScotlandPictorial worksPhotographs show the people, farms, towns, castles, cathedrals, mountains, moors, lochs, islands, and harbors of Scotland and are accompanied by brief commentaries on Scottish life1824ocn008820445book19820.32Linklater, MagnusMassacre : the story of GlencoeHistory1366ocn006944457book19790.39Chester, LewisJeremy Thorpe : a secret lifeBiographyHet zedenschandaal rond de Britse politicus Jeremy Thorpe, de leider van de Liberal Party die werd gechanteerd met een geheime homoseksuele verhouding met het neurotische mannelijke fotomodel Norman Josiffe (alias Scott)1343ocn021157029book19890.92Linklater, MagnusFor king and conscience : John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee (1648-1689)History857ocn027786887book19920.76Linklater, Magnus Y Robin Denniston, edsAnatomy of Scotland794ocn029258261book19930.25Prior, ColinHighland wildernessPictorial works+-+3510629455324532ocn014950359book19860.35Linklater, MagnusNot with honour : the inside story of the Westland scandal392ocn015909857book19820.24Eddy, PaulWar in the Falklands : the full story+-+1572754335324292ocn031436674book19920.53Linklater, MagnusJohn Graham of Claverhouse : Bonnie Dundee : for king and conscienceHistoryBiography231ocn855969536file20130.50McCrone, GavinScottish Independence Weighing up the EconomicsIn autumn 2014 those living in Scotland will face the most important political decision of a lifetime. Whether Scotland becomes an independent state once again, as it was before 1707, or remains within the United Kingdom will have profound consequences for everyone in Britain. There are many issues involved in this important choice, but a key part of the debate centres around the question of whether Scotland would prosper more or less after independence. How well off are we? Would we have a faster or slower growing economy if we were independent? What currency would we use ? the pound, th221ocn009817147book19830.20Eddy, PaulLa guerra de las MalvinasHistory192ocn037559956book19970.73Linklater, MagnusPeople in a landscape : the new HighlandersArtPictorial works192ocn264353401book19840.28Eddy, PaulFalkland : der Krieg vor den Toren der Antarktis142ocn808800529book20120.88Oil paintings in public ownership in EdinburghCatalogsThis volume, the first of three Edinburgh catalogues, addresses three significant collections, each with diverse holdings. From Dutch landscape masters to Scottish colourists; from Domenichino and della Vecchia to Bellany and Howson. Covered in this first volume are the City of Edinburgh Council, the University of Edinburgh and Historic Scotland's Edinburgh pictures. Each collection is diverse, and each collection is both historically significant and contemporarily relevant, adding to the rich tapestry of culture in venues throughout Edinburgh, from the Castle to the Zoo, from Trinity House to the King's Buildings. In total, over 1500 paintings are reproduced in this volume142ocn864759131book20130.76Oil paintings in public ownership in AberdeenCatalogsThis catalogue brings together some 3,300 paintings in public ownership in Aberdeen. Often referred to as Scotland's third city, the history of Aberdeen is tied in with the old traditions of the fishing and shipbuilding industries. Major collections such as those at Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums, Robert Gordon University and the University of Aberdeen are featured alongside smaller collections including The Gordon Highlanders Museum and Aberdeen Grammar School. Paintings by Cadell, Hogarth, Landseer, Léger, Monet, Peploe, Reynolds and Spencer are among the eight collections catalogued in the city.-- Mar 21 15:23:57 EDT 2014batch14367