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By Jean-Denis G. G. Lepage
This learn chronicles the improvement of British fortifications from prehistoric occasions in the course of the finish of Richard III’s reign in 1485, offering the background of every kind of constitution, proper examples, and knowledge on guns and siege battle. greater than 250 illustrations vividly aspect each one ediface’s building and configuration.
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British Fortifications Through the Reign of Richard III: An Illustrated History by Jean-Denis G. G. Lepage