Gordon Barclay 1 Article
Gordon Barclay was born in Aberdeen and took both his degrees in archaeology at the University of Edinburgh. He writes mainly on the archaeology and history of 20th-century defence in Scotland. He has also written on the deleterious effects of the use of archetypal English national identities and landscapes on the writing of 'British' prehistory.

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  1. Thank goodness for a genuine historian who bases his work on research and intelligent thought. I am sorry that he has been traduced in this way.

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