National Geographic : 1936 Apr
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE AT GLAMIS, WHERE TRADITION SAYS MACBETH SLEW MALCOLM, AN IDOL OF TODAY'S ENGLAND WAS BORN The castle, home of the Duke and Duchess of York, is celebrated as the birthplace of the first royal baby born in Scotland for 300 years, the charming Princess Margaret Rose. Only her father and older sister, little Princess Elizabeth, now stand between her and the British throne. Photograph by Cecil Meredith HIGH ABOVE THE NORTH SEA, DUNNOTTAR FACES THE LANDS OF THE VIKINGS On the bleak coast northeast of Dundee, this castle dates from prehistoric days when the Picts built forts by the North Sea. Like Calcutta, Dunnottar had its Black Hole in which, in mid-summer of 1685, 167 Covenanter men, women, and children were imprisoned for months.