Border Reiver 1513-1603 (Warrior 154) by Gerry Embleton, Keith Durham, Samuel Embleton

By Gerry Embleton, Keith Durham, Samuel Embleton

Stretching from the North Sea to the Solway Firth, the Border sector has a sharply various panorama and was once a battleground for over three hundred years because the English and Scottish monarchs inspired their topics to behavior raids throughout their respective borders. This Warrior identify will element how this slim strip of land prompted the Borderer's lifestyle in instances of struggle. overlaying each element of militant lifestyles, from the alternative of guns and armor to the construction of fortified homes, this ebook supplies the readers an opportunity to appreciate what it should have been prefer to stay existence in a late-medieval battle sector.

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