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A foot soldier of Empire

Ben Fanstone delves into the life of James Taylor and his inluence on the development of Ceylon’s exports

Edited by Dr Katy Jack reviews@historyscotland.com

Tea and Empire: James Taylor in Victorian Ceylon

Angela McCarthy and Tom Devine Manchester University Press, 2017

272 pages

Hardback, £25.00

ISBN: 9781526119056 scot.sh/hsceylon

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After the Great War: Rebuilding a nation Five great reasons to read History Scotland this month * New research on what life was like between the World Wars * Exploring the link between crime and military service * Special report on underwater archaeology at the German High Seas fleet scuttle site in Orkney * The women registrars who broke into an all-male profession * A new study of the controverial marriage of Queen Victoria's daughter Louise BONUS DIGITAL-ONLY CONTENT: Video report on a forgotten treasure trove of Victorian photos Exhibition preview: Russia, Royalty and the Romanovs Video: living history food & drink experience