A Great Free Magazine for Every Fan of Scots History; NOSTALGIA AND FOLKLORE IN ANOTHER MAIL READER OFFER

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A Great Free Magazine for Every Fan of Scots History; NOSTALGIA AND FOLKLORE IN ANOTHER MAIL READER OFFER


IF YOU are keen on Scottish history, folklore and nostalgia, then this offer is for you.

We are giving readers the chance to claim a copy of Scottish Memories, worth [pounds sterling]2.25, absolutely free.

Celebrating its seventh anniversary this month, the magazine has established itself as a delightful mixture of everything that has made up the rich varied tapestry of this nation's vibrant history. If you enjoy stirring tales about the past

and like reading of heroic deeds and villainous plots, hilarious happenings and dire disasters, not to mention mysteries, magic and mayhem, then you will find the immensely popular Scottish Memories as enthralling as its thousands of readers worldwide.

It is full of exciting articles on a wide variety of topics - from crime and the supernatural to sporting legends and offbeat yarns; from pioneers on land, air and sea to tales of courage; and from stars of stage and screen to fierce battles.

Each feature is illustrated with archive photographs and colourful scenic shots.

The March issue is packed with stories from around the country.

It contains a fascinating feature on the Hero and the Fool which tells the story of a Dundee Whaling Skipper who rescued Captain Scott's ship in Antarctica in 1904 when it was trapped in 20 miles of pack ice.

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