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The War of the Roses - Robin Neillands
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The War of the Roses - First edition

1992, ISBN: 0304340804

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[EAN: 9780304340804], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Cassell, London], BRITISH HISTORY. PLANTAGENET RULERS. YORK. LANCASTER. RICHARD III. TUDORS. HENRY V. EDWARD IV . BOLINGBROKE. VI. RENAISSANCE. MEDIEVAL ENGLAND. MILITARY WARFARE. REFERENCE. TEXT BOOK. GOOD READ. RECOMMENDED., History|Europe|Great Britain|General, Jacket, D/J and Book are in a good condition, with usual library stamps/marks. The Wars of the Roses were a series of dynastic civil wars between supporters of the rival houses of Lancaster and York, for the throne of England. They are generally accepted to have been fought in several spasmodic episodes between 1453 and 1487 (although there was related fighting both before and after this period.) Henry of Bolingbroke had established the House of Lancaster on the throne in 1399 when he deposed his cousin Richard II, whose rule had prompted widespread opposition among the nobles. Bolingbroke (who was crowned as Henry IV) and his son Henry V maintained their hold on the crown through sound administration and especially through military prowess, but when Henry V died, his heir was the infant Henry VI, who grew up to be mentally unstable, and dominated by quarrelsome regents. The Lancastrian claim to the throne descended from John of Gaunt, the third son of Edward III. Henry's inability to rule the Kingdom ultimately resulted in a challenge to his right to the crown by Richard, Duke of York, who could claim descent from Edward's second and fourth sons, Lionel of Antwerp and Edmund of Langley, and had also proved himself to be an able administrator, holding several important offices of state. York quarreled with prominent Lancastrians at court and with Henry's queen, Margaret of Anjou, who feared that he might later supplant her son, the infant Edward, Prince of Wales. You will receive the book seen in the image. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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The War of the Roses - First edition

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[EAN: 9780304340804], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Cassell, London], BRITISH HISTORY. PLANTAGENET RULERS. YORK. LANCASTER. RICHARD III. TUDORS. HENRY V. EDWARD IV . BOLINGBROKE. VI. RENAISSANCE. MEDIEVAL ENGLAND. MILITARY WARFARE. REFERENCE. TEXT BOOK. GOOD READ. RECOMMENDED., History|Europe|Great Britain|General, Jacket, D/J and Book are in a good condition, with usual library stamps/marks. The Wars of the Roses were a series of dynastic civil wars between supporters of the rival houses of Lancaster and York, for the throne of England. They are generally accepted to have been fought in several spasmodic episodes between 1453 and 1487 (although there was related fighting both before and after this period.) Henry of Bolingbroke had established the House of Lancaster on the throne in 1399 when he deposed his cousin Richard II, whose rule had prompted widespread opposition among the nobles. Bolingbroke (who was crowned as Henry IV) and his son Henry V maintained their hold on the crown through sound administration and especially through military prowess, but when Henry V died, his heir was the infant Henry VI, who grew up to be mentally unstable, and dominated by quarrelsome regents. The Lancastrian claim to the throne descended from John of Gaunt, the third son of Edward III. Henry's inability to rule the Kingdom ultimately resulted in a challenge to his right to the crown by Richard, Duke of York, who could claim descent from Edward's second and fourth sons, Lionel of Antwerp and Edmund of Langley, and had also proved himself to be an able administrator, holding several important offices of state. York quarreled with prominent Lancastrians at court and with Henry's queen, Margaret of Anjou, who feared that he might later supplant her son, the infant Edward, Prince of Wales. You will receive the book seen in the image.

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London: Cassell, 1992. D/J and Book are in a good condition, with usual library stamps/marks. The Wars of the Roses were a series of dynastic civil wars between supporters of the rival houses of Lancaster and York, for the throne of England. They are generally accepted to have been fought in several spasmodic episodes between 1453 and 1487 (although there was related fighting both before and after this period.) Henry of Bolingbroke had established the House of Lancaster on the throne in 1399 when he deposed his cousin Richard II, whose rule had prompted widespread opposition among the nobles. Bolingbroke (who was crowned as Henry IV) and his son Henry V maintained their hold on the crown through sound administration and especially through military prowess, but when Henry V died, his heir was the infant Henry VI, who grew up to be mentally unstable, and dominated by quarrelsome regents. The Lancastrian claim to the throne descended from John of Gaunt, the third son of Edward III. Henry's inability to rule the Kingdom ultimately resulted in a challenge to his right to the crown by Richard, Duke of York, who could claim descent from Edward's second and fourth sons, Lionel of Antwerp and Edmund of Langley, and had also proved himself to be an able administrator, holding several important offices of state. York quarreled with prominent Lancastrians at court and with Henry's queen, Margaret of Anjou, who feared that he might later supplant her son, the infant Edward, Prince of Wales. You will receive the book seen in the image.. ISBN: 0304340804. First Edition. Cloth. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Cassell, 1992

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London: Cassell, 1992. D/J and Book are in a good condition, with usual library stamps/marks. The Wars of the Roses were a series of dynastic civil wars between supporters of the rival houses of Lancaster and York, for the throne of England. They are generally accepted to have been fought in several spasmodic episodes between 1453 and 1487 (although there was related fighting both before and after this period.) Henry of Bolingbroke had established the House of Lancaster on the throne in 1399 when he deposed his cousin Richard II, whose rule had prompted widespread opposition among the nobles. Bolingbroke (who was crowned as Henry IV) and his son Henry V maintained their hold on the crown through sound administration and especially through military prowess, but when Henry V died, his heir was the infant Henry VI, who grew up to be mentally unstable, and dominated by quarrelsome regents. The Lancastrian claim to the throne descended from John of Gaunt, the third son of Edward III. Henry's inability to rule the Kingdom ultimately resulted in a challenge to his right to the crown by Richard, Duke of York, who could claim descent from Edward's second and fourth sons, Lionel of Antwerp and Edmund of Langley, and had also proved himself to be an able administrator, holding several important offices of state. York quarreled with prominent Lancastrians at court and with Henry's queen, Margaret of Anjou, who feared that he might later supplant her son, the infant Edward, Prince of Wales. You will receive the book seen in the image.. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. First Edition. Cloth. Good/Good., Cassell, 1992

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1993, ISBN: 0304340804

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[EAN: 9780304340804], [PU: Cassell, rpt,], 0304340804, WARS OF THE ROSES, PLANTAGENET, LANCASTER, YORK, MEDIEVAL, RENAISSANCE, ROYAL, ROYALTY, MONARCHY, HISTORY, FIFTEENTH CENTURY, ENGLAND, ENGLISH, BRITAIN, BRITISH, History|Europe|Great Britain|General, Jacket, Hardback. Ex library with usual library stamps, showing signs of use but good in slightly worn dustwrapper. 223pp.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780304340804
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0304340804
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Publishing year: 1993
Publisher: Cassell & Co

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ISBN/EAN: 0304340804

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-304-34080-4, 978-0-304-34080-4


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