Edward II: 1307-1327
This is less a textbook, more a clearly-written chronological narrative of Edward's life and reign. Sadler covers all the main issues, including Piers Gaveston, the Templars, the military and political conflicts of the reign, and the deposition and death of the King.
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Piers Gavaston and the Prince
Early Years of the Reign
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