Edward IV and the Wars of the Roses by David Santiuste

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Edward IV and the Wars of the Roses

'“A pleasing and well-informed appraisal of the first Yorkist king. Santiuste provides a clear and cogent survey of the battles that put Edward on the throne, and the ones that kept him there.” —Dr. Michael Jones, author of Bosworth 1485: Psychology of a Battle   “A valuable and thought-provoking addition to the canon, which ought to become required reading for anyone interested in the reign of the first Yorkist monarch.” —The Ricardian   “A readable, easy way to follow the ups and downs of the conflicts, skillfully using contemporary and academic sources . . . Overall, this is a fine study of the Wars of the Roses that focuses on Edward IV and military operations.” —Dr. William Young, University of North Dakota   “A convincing, well-argued portrayal of one of England’s most talented but perhaps least appreciated kings, focusing on his skills as a battlefield leader, an area in which he excelled.” —HistoryofWar.org  '
'“A pleasing and well-informed appraisal of the first Yorkist king. Santiuste provides a clear and cogent survey of the battles that put Edward on the throne, and the ones that kept him there.” —Dr. Michael Jones, author of Bosworth 1485: Psychology of a Battle   “A valuable and thought-provoking addition to the canon, which ought to become required reading for anyone interested in the reign of the first Yorkist monarch.” —The Ricardian   “A readable, easy way to follow the ups and downs of the conflicts, skillfully using contemporary and academic sources . . . Overall, this is a fine study of the Wars of the Roses that focuses on Edward IV and military operations.” —Dr. William Young, University of North Dakota   “A convincing, well-argued portrayal of one of England’s most talented but perhaps least appreciated kings, focusing on his skills as a battlefield leader, an area in which he excelled.” —HistoryofWar.org  '
Publisher: Pen & Sword Books ISBN: 9781844681501 Pages: 208