Scotland's History Union and Jacobites
The Act of Union ties Scotland and England together in the form of a new nation called Great Britain.
This marriage of convenience divides the nation and leads to a generation of conflict.
While access to a new British trading empire brings some Scots vast wealth others seek to turn back the clock to a Scotland governed by the Stuarts.
Rebellions and risings ensue...
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