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  • Jock's Jocks

    Jock's Jocks

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    North East folksinger Jock Duncan spent over 50 years of his life seeking out and interviewing 'the Jocks' - Scottish veterans of the Great War. Transcribing the recordings word for word on an old manual typewriter over 2000 Sunday mornings, Jock's labour of love has gifted us a truly unique glimpse into the lives of those who left the farms of Aberdeenshire, Angus and Perthshire for the fields of Flanders and France and the shores of Gallipoli. The stories of 59 men from 14 regiments, including the Gordon Highlanders and the Black Watch, are told in rich and earthy Scots dialects, and are shared here in full for the first time. These testimonies, described by veterans of that terrible conflict to Jock Duncan, from the 1930s to the 1980s, have been edited by Gary West, academic, musician, broadcaster and Jock's long-time family friend.
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    Jock's Jocks

    North East folksinger Jock Duncan spent over 50 years of his life seeking out and interviewing 'the Jocks' - Scottish veterans of the Great War. Transcribing the recordings word for word on an old manual typewriter over 2000 Sunday mornings, Jock's labour of love has gifted us a truly unique glimpse into the lives of those who left the farms of Aberdeenshire, Angus and Perthshire for the fields of Flanders and France and the shores of Gallipoli. The stories of 59 men from 14 regiments, including the Gordon Highlanders and the Black Watch, are told in rich and earthy Scots dialects, and are shared here in full for the first time. These testimonies, described by veterans of that terrible conflict to Jock Duncan, from the 1930s to the 1980s, have been edited by Gary West, academic, musician, broadcaster and Jock's long-time family friend.
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  • Jane Haining A Life of Love and Courage

    Jane Haining A Life of Love and Courage

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    An inspirational true story of courage, dedication and self-sacrifice
    'Jane Haining, killed by the Nazis for her work among Jews in wartime Hungary, has found the biographer she deserves. Soberly, movingly, Mary Miller tells the story of her life, and her death, in the service of an ideal. An inspiring tale of quiet heroism.'
    'A biography as calm, meticulous and movingly humane as Jane Haining herself. Mary Miller has reclaimed the life of a woman who embodied the finest values of her faith - and done her proud.'
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    Jane Haining A Life of Love and Courage

    Jane Haining A Life of Love and Courage

    An inspirational true story of courage, dedication and self-sacrifice
    'Jane Haining, killed by the Nazis for her work among Jews in wartime Hungary, has found the biographer she deserves. Soberly, movingly, Mary Miller tells the story of her life, and her death, in the service of an ideal. An inspiring tale of quiet heroism.'
    'A biography as calm, meticulous and movingly humane as Jane Haining herself. Mary Miller has reclaimed the life of a woman who embodied the finest values of her faith - and done her proud.'
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  • Steel and Tartan

    Steel and Tartan

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    Patrick Watt was born in Inverness and grew up in the seaside town of Nairn. In 2000, he moved to Edinburgh to work for the Scottish Government, before transferring to the National Archives of Scotland in 2002. After six years working in the Historical Search Room, he moved to Istanbul, Turkey and studied for a BA in History with the Open University.
    Patrick moved back to Edinburgh in the Autumn of 2009 and began writing Steel and Tartan, his first book, which he completed in the spring of 2011. He currently lives in Istanbul.
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    Patrick Watt was born in Inverness and grew up in the seaside town of Nairn. In 2000, he moved to Edinburgh to work for the Scottish Government, before transferring to the National Archives of Scotland in 2002. After six years working in the Historical Search Room, he moved to Istanbul, Turkey and studied for a BA in History with the Open University.
    Patrick moved back to Edinburgh in the Autumn of 2009 and began writing Steel and Tartan, his first book, which he completed in the spring of 2011. He currently lives in Istanbul.
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