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Harold Davis

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Harold Davis began his professional football career with East Fife in 1950 and was drafted for national service the following year. He was seriously injured during the Korean War and spent almost two years in recovery. He played for Rangers between 1956 and 1964, during which time he made 261 appearances in the first team and won a string of honours to earn a place in the Ibrox hall of fame. Now 78, Davis devotes much of his time to supporting the Erskine Trust.

Books by Harold Davis

The Photographer's Black And White Handbook

The Photographer’s Black and White Handbook is an authoritative and comprehensive high-level guide to digital black and white photography. The subject matter covered ranges from seeing and pre-visualizing in black and white, through camera techniques, and extends to the nuts and bolts of post-production. Special sections demystify fine-art black and white digital printmaking, and creating black and white images using the iPhone.

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Tougher Than Bullets

A unique autobiography of a Black Watch war hero who survived near-fatal bullet wounds and went on to become a sporting legend

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