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Rebellion Essay & Project Ideas

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Ideas for Reports and Papers

1. How realistic is the description of life in Scotland in 1745? For the upper classes?

For the lower classes?

2. What is the role of the clans in Scottish history? What drove some clans to fight for England in 1745 while others followed Prince Charles?

3. Who was Prince Charles? Why would the clans follow him into battle? When did the other Jacobite rebellions take place, and what were their outcomes?

4. Serena MacGregor was not allowed to fight at Culloden. Do you believe women should be allowed to fight in combat?

Why or why not?

5. Rape is often a consequence of war.

How has rape been treated in the SerbianBosnian conflict in recent years? Has anyone been punished for their actions?

6. Describe how warfare has changed since the 1700s. When did gunpowder, pistols, rifles, and cannons replace swords, shields, and knives?

Rebellion 375 7. Was Culloden and the fight to restore...

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