- Mediaeval history and heritage of Glasgow from its foundations in the 6th century AD, with a focus mainly on its mediaeval development within the period 1100 to 1600.
Glasgow: City of Gangs
- City of Gangs is my second book on the history of gangs in Britain. My previous book, The Gangs of Manchester (2008), told the story of the scuttlers, Britain’s first youth cult.
The Glasgow Apollo
) - The Apollo is unique in the memory of Scottish music, dance hall and cinema fans over the age of 30 and for many, the venue which was situated at the top of the City's Renfield Street from 1927 to 1985, is closely associated with Glasgow's history.
Glasgow University's Great War Project Blog
- Glasgow University’s Great War is an ongoing project led by Professor Tony Pollard and supported by the University of Glasgow’s Chancellor’s Fund. As part of centenary commemorations, the project explores the experiences of the university community during the War. Research builds upon the University of Glasgow’s WWI Roll of Honour, an online database composed primarily of those who fell during the Great War and whose names are on the Memorial Panels in the Chapel.
Specific Venue History
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