War and Border Societies in the Middle Ages

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Anthony Goodman, Anthony Tuck
Routledge, 1992 - History - 198 pages
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Anthony Tuck is Emeritus Professor of Medieval History at the University of Bristol. He was previously Master of Collingworth College at the University of Durham and Senior Lecturer in Medieval History at Lancaster University. His other books include "Richard II and the English Nobility" (1973) and "Wars and Border Societies in the Middle Ages" (edited with Anthony Goodman, 1992). He also edited and wrote an introduction to the collection of James Sherborne's articles entitled "War, Politics and Culture in Fourteenth-Century England" (1994).

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