An in depth guide to the Military campaigns of the War of the Roses by Philip A. Haigh.
After discussing the origins of this dramatic fight for the crown of England, the author describes when and why the various factions arrived at a given battlefield to fight for their causes and how they fought once battle had been joined, from the first battle at St. Albans in 1455 to the climax 32 years later, in 1487, at Stoke Field.
The book is illustrated in b/w with maps and diagrams depicting the crucial stages of each individual battle and a selection of contemporary illustrations.
The dust wrapper is in near fine condition, with a hint of rubbing to the tips of the spine. The binding is secure and tight.
There is mild shading to the page edges. Inside, the content is clean and in near fine condition.
A super copy of a scare hardback edition with a dust wrapper.
The Military Campaigns of the War of the Roses by Philip A. Haigh
- Sutton Publishing, 1997
- 206 pages