The Wobbly Kings of England


    The kings and poshies were a pretty nasty lot and didn’t reckon much on the sweaty peasant types. With war, assassinations, plots and some shady characters, British history is seriously wild stuff!If you want to know who did what, when and why in medieval English history, but don’t reckon much on the heavy, academic stuff, then this book might just be the book for you! Inside, you’ll find a pretty detailed account of the reigns of a lot of English monarchs. There’s a bit of information, too, about the actions of the less important guys, the earls and posh people like that, who frequently claimed that they could do a better job of running the show than the bloke on the throne.

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    Number of Pages: 303
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781910832783
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    Listed in: British & Irish history, c 500 to c 1450/1500, c 1450/1500 to c 1700, Ordinary Printed Book Format
    Publisher: Rowanvale Books Ltd

    Books by Tony Maclachlan


    RRP: £8.99

    Total: £8.54

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