Edward IV and the WOTR

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Edward IV and the WOTR

Postby Marcus Woodhouse » Thu Jul 01, 2010 6:40 pm

David Satiuste, Pen & Sword Books 2010, ISBn 184415930-2
This is the book Allan Harley wants so he could find out more about leadership and gerneralship in the context of the WOTR.
However he's not going to get it off me because he broke my bec.
Very solid study of Edward as a general and pretty convincingly places him high up as one of the most succssesful medieval commanders.


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Re: Edward IV and the WOTR

Postby Allan Harley » Thu Jul 01, 2010 8:43 pm

Moral of the story don't shaft a Bec with a pole from MFI - looked good for the crowd though

Do fancy this book will look out for it


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Re: Edward IV and the WOTR

Postby Marcus Woodhouse » Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:32 am

If you havn't got it by Bosworth I'll bring it along for you to borrow.
I had tried to talk D.R. into sticking his fingers up someone else's nose on the Sunday but no-one obligingly head butted a helemt without dropping their visor that day.


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