The truth of one of this military commander's nicknames, 'Bonnie Dundee', can be seen in this delicate image of a very handsome young man. His earned his other nickname, 'Bloody Clavers', for his persecution of Scottish presbyterians, whose form of worship was at that time forbidden by the government. When William of Orange invaded England in 1688, he supported James VII and II. After James fled to France, Dundee raised the Highland clans to fight for the Jacobite cause. His army won a resounding victory at the Battle of Killiecrankie on 27 July 1689, but Dundee was killed. Having lost their charismatic leader, his men disbanded and returned home.