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East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

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Featured East Lothian Print

'The Battle of Carberry Hill, 1567', c1742, (1944). Creator: George Vertue

'The Battle of Carberry Hill, 1567', c1742, (1944). 'The Battle-Array of Carberry-hill near Edinburgh with the Surrender of Mary Queen of Scots to the Confederate Lords of Scotland, and the Escape of Earl Bothwell'. The battle took place near Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland, and was fought between forces loyal to Mary Queen of Scots, and those who opposed her after her marriage to the Earl of Bothwell. Mary, riding a horse, can be seen below the Scottish saltire flags. The city of Edinburgh is at lower left. From "Battlefields in Britain', by C. V. Wedgwood. [Collins, London, 1944]

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Featured East Lothian Print

Scotland's National Airshow

Gavin Hunter takes a practice flight in a Bucker Jungmann over the Bass Rock off the East Lothian coast ahead of his appearance at Scotland's National Airshow at East Fortune, East Lothian, on Saturday July 23, where he will join an aerial line-up that includes the Red Arrows, an RAF Typhoon and the Swiss Air Force's PC-7 display team, which is making its Scottish debut

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Featured East Lothian Print

Suffragette Arson Whitekirk

Suffragette Arson Whitekirk. St. Mary's in Whitekirk, East Lothian, after the fire of 26th february 1914. Suffragette militants were suspected, and, as the church's minister wrote, 'Some women did a fiend's work here on Thursday morning'. Some time later, Janie Allen blamed forcible feeding of Ethel Moorhead in Calton Prison, for the Whitekirk attack. Date: 1914

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library