By John Sadler
Border Fury provides a desirable account of the interval of Anglo-Scottish Border clash from the Edwardian invasions of 1296 until eventually the Union of the Crowns less than James VI of Scotland, James I of britain in 1603.
It looks at advancements within the artwork of struggle throughout the interval, the foremost transition from medieval to renaissance battle, the advance of strategies, fingers, armour and armed forces logistics throughout the interval. the entire key personalities concerned are profiled and the typology of every conflict website is tested intimately with the writer delivering numerous new interpretations that vary appreciably from those who have formerly been understood.
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Border Fury: England and Scotland at War 1296-1568 by John Sadler