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The Daily Telegraph British Battlefields By Philip Warner

The Daily Telegraph British Battlefields
by Philip Warner

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The Daily Telegraph British Battlefields Summary


The Daily Telegraph British Battlefields: The definitive guide to warfare in England and Scotland by Philip Warner

Philip Warner's four volume battlefield series published between 1972 and 1975 covers all major battles in England and Scotland from the Anglo-Saxon conquest to the Jacobite risings of 1715 and 1745. It includes all the great medieval battles, the Wars of the Roses and the English Civil War. Concise accounts, written in Philip Warner's very accessible style, these are intended for the general reader as much as the specialist: a good introduction to British military history and a handy guide to keep in the car on holiday. The original volumes were: British Battlefields: The South, The Midlands and The North plus Scotland and the Border.

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The Daily Telegraph British Battlefields Reviews


A glove compartment guide to British Battlefields covering all major battles in England and Scotland from the Anglo-Saxon conquest to the Jacobite risings of 1715 and 1745.

About Philip Warner


Philip Warner was a prolific and versatile author of popular military history as well as the long-serving obituary writer for THE DAILY TELEGRAPH.

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GOR000863628
The Daily Telegraph British Battlefields: The definitive guide to warfare in England and Scotland by Philip Warner
Philip Warner
Cassell Military Paperba
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Orion Publishing Co
2002-08-22
640
0304363324
9780304363322
N/A
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