For the lion: a history of the Scottish wars of independence
Dufour Editions will now be distributing this Scottish publisher's fine list of books as part of Birlinn Limited, another Scottish press. John Donald publishes primarily Scottish history, biography, and folklore. An account of Scotland's wars to fight off the English invasion of King Edward I.
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