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Towton: The Bloodiest Battle

A. W. Boardman, Robert Hardy - History - 2009 - 224 pages
A completely revised and updated edition of the bloodiest battle in British history
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Towton 1461: England's Bloodiest Battle

History - 2003 - 96 pages
Slaget ved Towton - en landsby i Yorkshire i det nordlige England - 29. marts 1461 var det blodigste slag under Rosekrigene. Bogen er en detaljeret beskrivelse af slaget, hvor ...
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Blood red roses: the archaeology of a mass grave from the Battle of Towton ...

Veronica Fiorato, Anthea Boylston, Christopher Knüsel - Social Science - 2008 - 294 pages
Even ten years after the excavation, the Towton project is still unique since no other mass grave from a known battle has yet been found in the UK. Blood Red Roses, second ...
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Edward V: the prince in the tower

Michael A. Hicks - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 224 pages
Memorable not for his life but his death, Edward V is probably better known as one of the Princes in the Tower, the supposed victim of his uncle, Richard III. Though he was ...
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Edward IV

Michael A. Hicks - Great Britain - 2004 - 273 pages
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The Gestapo: A History of Horror

Jacques Delarue - History - 2008 - 372 pages
A history of Nazi Germany's secret police written by one of their victims, with a new introduction by the author.
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The Wars of the Roses: 1455-1485

Michael Hicks - History - 2003 - 95 pages
Krigshistorie. Rosekrigene 1455-1485 er en række krige mellem de to engelske huse York og Lancaster, der begge gjorde krav på den engelske trone, fordi begge familier ...
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Bosworth 1485: Psychology of a Battle

Michael K. Jones - History - 2003 - 255 pages
The battle of Bosworth marked an epoch in the lives of two great houses—the house of York fell to the ground when Richard III died on the field of battle; and the house of ...
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