the Battle of Culloden

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  • (the) Battle of Culloden — the Battle of Culloden [the Battle of Culloden] a battle (1746) fought on Culloden Moor near Inverness in Scotland between the mainly English soldiers led by the Duke of ↑Cumberland (the second son of King ↑George II) and the Scottish army of… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Culloden — (from Scottish Gaelic cul lodan, back of the pond ) may refer to any of the following: Culloden, Highland, a village in Scotland The Battle of Culloden, a battle which took place there in 1746 Culloden (film), a fictional presentation of this… …   Wikipedia

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