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Who's Who in Late Medieval England 1272 - 1485 - Hicks, Michael:
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Who's Who in Late Medieval England 1272 - 1485 - Paperback

1991, ISBN: 9780856830921

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She looked a little surprised. "Were in New York, no Pennsylvania whisky in these parts," she purred, "what about patriotic Scotch?" She gently pulled on his left ear, bringing her mouth close, "Itll warm your soul."Contact, now we need to talk.Sally continued, "Youre not from here, by your accent Id say the Carolinas.""Virginia, maam."She laughingly asked, "Need the services of a rose; one ya can pluck?" Looking into his eyes, she slowly moved her hand from his ear."Perhaps well drink and talk first?"She grabbed a hand and with a tug, guided him up the steps. He thought to himself, remain calm, after all Im a married man.So began a Revolutionary War contact placing General Washington in the middle of an affair that originated at West Point, New York and ended near Fort Ninety Six in South Carolina. Intrigue, battles, and survival define this historical drama placing continuous action in the middle of Americas drive for independence., Publish America, 2013, Osprey Publishing. PAPERBACK. 1841764914 Please allow 4 - 14 business days for Standard shipping, within the US. Thank you for supporting our small, family-owned business! . Fair., Osprey Publishing, The mighty British army conquered the Southern colonies step by step. Important Southern towns fell to superior British military precision, destroying two Southern Continental armies in the process. But Southerners were not subdued. Amid government and military chaos, partisans, guerrillas, militia and volunteers rose like the Phoenix and helped win the Revolution.This fast-paced story describes the determination of both adversaries as they attempted to win the war in the South. From Savannah to Guilford Courthouse to Yorktown armies maneuvered under masterly leaders such as General Nathanael Greene, General George Washington, and General Lord Charles Cornwallis. Due to a change in American thought, a simmering civil war, and British mismanagement, most of the civilian population quickly sided with the rebels. Thus, the destiny of American independence rode on the shoulders of these individualist back-country citizen soldiers., 2008, She looked a little surprised. "Were in New York, no Pennsylvania whisky in these parts," she purred, "what about patriotic Scotch?" She gently pulled on his left ear, bringing her mouth close, "Itll warm your soul."Contact, now we need to talk.Sally continued, "Youre not from here, by your accent Id say the Carolinas.""Virginia, maam."She laughingly asked, "Need the services of a rose; one ya can pluck?" Looking into his eyes, she slowly moved her hand from his ear."Perhaps well drink and talk first?"She grabbed a hand and with a tug, guided him up the steps. He thought to himself, remain calm, after all Im a married man.So began a Revolutionary War contact placing General Washington in the middle of an affair that originated at West Point, New York and ended near Fort Ninety Six in South Carolina. Intrigue, battles, and survival define this historical drama placing continuous action in the middle of Americas drive for independence., Publish America, 2013, London: Shepheard Walwyn, 1991 Hardback in mid-blue with gold to spine in three colour pictorial jacket. Size: 222x144mm. xxv,382 pages, illustrated. With a chronology, three genealogies, bibliography, glossary and index. New Book in jacket the same. ISBN:0-85683-092-5. Covers the period from Edward I to Richard III, the conquest of Wales, the Hundred years War and the Wars of the Roses. Short biographies arranged in chronological sequence, many with short lists of recommended reading., London: Shepheard Walwyn, 1991

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Who's Who in Late Medieval England, 1272-1485 - First edition

1991, ISBN: 0856830925

Hardcover, ID: 1191250138

[EAN: 9780856830921], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Shepheard Walwyn, London], 1990S, HISTORY, BRITAIN, MEDIAEVAL, MEDIEVAL, EDWARD I, II & III, IV, RICHARD (THE BLACK PRINCE), WILLIAM MONTAGU, G. CHAUCER, J. GOWER, HENRY IV V, T. ARUNDEL, GEORGE DUKE OF CLARENCE, WARWICK THE KINGMAKER, JOHN HOWARD, CATE, Jacket, Pp. xxv, 382. Illustrated. Very good condition. Mild bump to top right corner. Late Mediaeval period (1272-1485). Being the third volume in the Who's who in British History series. Includes Edward I, II & III, Edward IV, Richard III, Edward (The Black Prince), William Montagu, G. Chaucer, J. Gower, Henry IV & V, T. Arundel, George Duke of Clarence, Warwick the Kingmaker, John Howard, David II (King of Scotland), William Catesby and many more. DJ is price-clipped. Full index and Glossary., Books

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Who's Who in the Late Medieval England  1272 - 1485 - Hicks, Michael
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Shepheard-Walwyn Ltd. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1991. Hardcover. 0856830925 . Whos Who in British History Series Series; 1.18 x 8.43 x 5.51 Inches; 400 pages; This is part of an eight-volume series providing short biographies of men and women from Roman to Victorian times. Each entry places the subject in the context of their age and evokes what was distinctive and interesting about their personality and achievement. The biographies are arranged in a broadly chronological rather than alphabetical sequence so that the reader may easily browse from one contemporary to the next. The index, with its many cross-references, reveals further linkages between contemporaries. Each volume is a portrait of an age, presenting history in a biographical form which complements the conventional approach. ., Shepheard-Walwyn Ltd, 1991

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Who's Who in Late Medieval England, 1272-1485 - Hicks, Michael A.
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Who's Who in Late Medieval England, 1272-1485 - First edition

1991, ISBN: 0856830925

Hardcover, ID: 1191250138

[EAN: 9780856830921], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Shepheard Walwyn, London], 1990S, HISTORY, BRITAIN, MEDIAEVAL, MEDIEVAL, EDWARD I, II & III, IV, RICHARD (THE BLACK PRINCE), WILLIAM MONTAGU, G. CHAUCER, J. GOWER, HENRY IV V, T. ARUNDEL, GEORGE DUKE OF CLARENCE, WARWICK THE KINGMAKER, JOHN HOWARD, CATE, Jacket, Pp. xxv, 382. Illustrated. Very good condition. Mild bump to top right corner. Late Mediaeval period (1272-1485). Being the third volume in the Who's who in British History series. Includes Edward I, II & III, Edward IV, Richard III, Edward (The Black Prince), William Montagu, G. Chaucer, J. Gower, Henry IV & V, T. Arundel, George Duke of Clarence, Warwick the Kingmaker, John Howard, David II (King of Scotland), William Catesby and many more. DJ is price-clipped. Full index and Glossary.

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Who's Who in Late Medieval England - hardcover

1991, ISBN: 9780856830921

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Shepheard-Walwyn , 1991. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Very Good Condition/Good. Size: 9" x 6" approx. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. POST-FREE in UK; low international rates. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 750 grams. Category: History; ISBN: 0856830925. Inventory No: 0031787. ., Shepheard-Walwyn, 1991

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