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Massacre of Glencoe

treated hospitably, king’s men attempt annihilation of MacDonald clan (1692). [Br. Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 567]
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1692: The Glencoe massacre took place in the Scottish Highlands, when the MacDonalds were murdered by their traditional enemies, the Campbells.
He also revealed that a lot of his plots are stolen from Scottish history, like the famous "Red Wedding" which was taken from Scottish events like the Black Dinner and the Glencoe massacre.
The area around Glencoe and Fort William includes landmarks such as the site of the infamous Glencoe Massacre, one of the most notorious episodes in Scotland's rich history.
WORLD RADIO DAY 1692: The Glencoe massacre took place in the Scottish Highlands, when the MacDonalds were murdered by their traditional enemies, the Campbells.
And the eerie surrounds of the Glencoe massacre is one of his favourite places to relax.
THE Glencoe Massacre last night sparked a bitter 21st century feud between the warring McDonald and Campbell clans.
1692: The Glencoe massacre took place in the Scottish Highlands, when many members of clan MacDonald were treacherously murdered.
The inspiration for the Red Wedding apparently came from Scotland, notably the Black Dinner - when members of the Black Douglas clan were slaughtered at the Great Hall of Edinburgh Castle - and the Glencoe massacre.
Author George RR Martin, whose books the show is based on, revealed the bloodsoaked wedding feast was inspired by the Black Dinner hosted by King James II at Edinburgh Castle in 1440 and the Glencoe Massacre.
1692: The Glencoe massacre took place in the Scottish Highlands, when the Mac-Donalds were murdered by their traditional enemies, the Campbells.