6 edition of The military campaigns of the Wars of the Roses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -195) and index.
|Statement||Philip A. Haigh.|
|LC Classifications||DA250 .H34 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||96133340|
Although the WARS OF THE ROSES caused political instability and, at least among the governing classes, some social disruption, the conflict had little direct effect on the English economy. Military campaigns were brief, and incidents of. Bosworth Field & the Wars of the Roses (Wordsworth Military Library) by A. L. Rowse (Paperback) Bosworth Last Charge of the Plantagenets (Campaign Series, 66) by Christopher Gravett The Battle of Bosworth effectively put an end to the dynastic struggle known as the Wars of the Roses, and planted the Tudor house on the throne of England.
It is generally admitted that no period in England's history is richer in romantic incident than the three decades occupied by the Wars of the Roses; but the contest is frequently described as ha. CONTACT S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL Phone:
I've been to my local book store, but alas their "military history section" is lacking to say the least. Anything about the Wars of the Roses is completely non-existent. So do any of you here have any books that can give a good overview of the wars. I don't want anything "over-complicated", I. The Wars of the Roses raged from to - the longest period of civil war in English history. They barely affected the daily routine of the civilian population, yet for the leaders of the opposing houses of York and Lancaster, the wars were devastating. First hand accounts reveal how the lives of their women and children were blighted during three decades of war, as many of their male.
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Here for the first time in a single volume is the full account of all seventeen battles of the Wars of the Roses with an emphasis on the strategy and tactics employed.
Illustrated with a selection of newly commissioned and contemporary illustrations.4/5. Some historians consider that the Wars of the Roses actually started with the Battle of Shrewsbury (), because this was the first attempt to remove a Lancastrian king by force of arms.
A description of this battle is included as an appendix. Haigh divides his book into four sections:5/5(6). Here for the first time in a single volume is the full account of all seventeen battles of the Wars of the Roses with an emphasis on the strategy and tactics employed.
Illustrated with a selection of newly commissioned and contemporary illustrations/5(6). The Military Campaigns of the Wars of the Roses | Philip A. Haigh | download | B–OK. Download books for free.
Find books. Get this from a library. The military campaigns of the Wars of the Roses. [Philip A Haigh] -- "Between and a series of military engagements was fought in England which finally toppled the ruling House of Lancaster, ushered in the House of York, and ultimately installed the House of.
Two branches of England's Royal family fought each other for supremacy over a period of thirty years from toin a series of campaigns known as the Wars of the Roses. Philip Haigh. Description This volume offers an account of all the battles of the Wars of the Roses. Emphasizing the strategies and tactics employed, the author describes when and why the various factions arrived at a given battlefield to fight for their causes.4/5(17).
Two branches of England’s Royal family fought each other for supremacy over a period of thirty years from toin a series of campaigns known as the Wars of the Roses. Philip Haigh presents, for the first time in a single volume, detailed accounts of each of the fifteen major battles of the war.
Dozens of books have been written on the various aspects of the Wars of the Roses. So far as I can tell this is the only book which takes on the military aspects of the war.
This book together with A.W. Boardman's Medieval Soldier of the Wars of the Roses provide a great incite on the distinct nature of the military side of the Wars of the s: 5. The Wars of the Roses was not a continual military campaign but instead it was a series of pitched battles, seventeen in all, that occurred over the year period.
The Wars of the Roses by Dan Jones. The Wars of the Roses were a series of English civil wars for control of the throne of England fought between supporters of two rival cadet branches of the royal House of Plantagenet: the House of Lancaster, represented by a red rose, and the House of York, represented by a white rose.
The military campaigns of the Wars of the Roses by Philip A. Haigh Published by Combined Books in Conshohocken, : Initially brought out in on the 10th of October, this was first released through the ‘Michael Joseph’ publishing outlet.
Marking the first entry in the ‘War of the Roses’ series of novels, it goes about providing the reader with a clear idea of what’s to come in the following books.
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This authoritative A-Z encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses provides accurate and concise descriptions of the major battles and events and the principal historical figures and issues involved.
For centuries, historians agreed about the Wars of the Roses, seeing them as four decades of medieval darkness and chaos, when the royal family and the nobility destroyed themselves fighting for control. "Two branches of England's Royal family fought each other for supremacy over a period of thirty years from toin a series of campaigns known as the Wars of the Roses.
Two branches of England's Royal family fought each other for supremacy over a period of thirty years from toin a series of campaigns known as the Wars of the Roses. Philip Haigh presents, for the first time in a single volume, detailed accounts of each of the fifteen major battles of the war.
The Military Campaigns of The Wars of the Roses provides a detailed study of every battle of the Wars of the Roses, from the first Battle of St. Albans in to the Battle of Stoke infifteen battles in all.
For each battle, the author provides an explanation placing the engagement in the context of its campaign, followed by the description of the encounter (with at least one or two. The Military Campaigns of the Wars of the Roses by Philip A. Haigh. I'll second this one.
I read a lot of books for my own WotR project, and if I could go back and read only one, it would be this one. All battles covered with lots of maps. Not good as a painting reference though. For that – I. READ book The Military Campaigns of the Wars of the Roses (Illustrated History Paperbacks) (Philip A.
Haigh) Online Free 2. Book details Author: Philip A. Haigh Pages: pages Publisher: Sutton Pub Ltd Language: English ISBN ISBN. The brilliant retelling of the Wars of the Roses continues with Bloodline, the gripping third novel in the new series from historical fiction master Conn Iggulden.
Winter Richard, duke of York, is dead—his ambitions in ruins, his head spiked on the walls of the city. Book Description: The Wars of the Roses were a series of civil wars in England fought between the House of Lancaster and the House of York between and Over a thirty-year period, England had five rulers, three of whom were killed or executed.best war of the roses books: Ravenspur: Rise of the Tudors: This book is generally considered one of the best novels of the War of Roses series of novels.
With the kingdom more divided than it has ever been, Edward IV the king from the house of York is driven out of his country and his family forced to seek refuge from the Lancasters.