Union of crowns: the forging of Europe's most independent state
Union Jacques provides a new look at the forces that created the union of England and Scotland and an in-depth analysis of James Stuart and the factors that molded him. Fully indexed and referenced, accessible and comprehensive, it is an excellent insight into a fascinating yet often ignored period of British history.
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Chapter Two Neighbours from Hell
Chapter Three The Early Middle Ages
Chapter Four Hammer of the Scots
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Union of Crowns: The Forging of Europe's Most Independent State
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