Osprey - Culloden 1746


Also published as: Campaign 12: Culloden 1746
The Highland Clans' Last Charge

Author: Peter Harrington
Publisher: Osprey Publishing Co, September 2000
ISBN 1-84176-187-7
Softcover, 96 pages, measures (in inches) 0.50 x 9.75 x 7.25

About this Book
On an April afternoon in 1746 the Jacobite cause died amid a torrent of artillery and musket fire on a windswept Cullonden Moor. The '45 Rebellion was the last and greatest of the exiled Stuart family's attempts to win back the English crown and Prince Charles Edward Stuart, 'Bonnie Prince Charlie', came close to success. Despite two stunning victories over government troops and an epic march into England the doomed rebellion came to a bloody and cataclysmic end at the hands of the Redcoats under the Duke of Cumberland - 'the Butcher'.


  • Background to the Forty-Five
  • Opening Movements
  • The Battle of Prestonpans
  • The Invasion of England
  • The Campaign of Fallkirk
  • Charles Edward Stuart, the 'Young Pretender'
  • Willim Augustus, Duke of Cumberland
  • The Opposing Armies
  • The Royal Army: Infantry
  • The Royal Army: Cavalry
  • The Royal Army: Artillery
  • The Allied Contingent
  • The Jacobite Army
  • The Irish and French Contingents
  • Culloden: The Approach March
  • The Battle of Culloden
  • The Opening Cannonade
  • The Highlanders' Charge
  • The Cavalry Attacks on the Flanks
  • The Pursuit
  • The Aftermath of the Battle
  • The Battlefield Today
  • Chronology
  • A Guide to Further Reading
  • Wargaming the 'Forty-Five'

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