Remembering The Battle of Flodden

Published on
August 1, 2017

Synopsis:

A man travels to fantastical ruined castles, old bridges and monuments to uncover the history of the Battle of Flodden. The most disastrous day ever in Scottish Borders history.

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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Remembering The Battle of Flodden

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The Battle of Flodden was an absolute disaster for the Scottish army and for Scotland as a whole, but nowhere was the tragedy more keenly felt than here in the Borders…

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