The Wars of the Roses and Henry VII: Turbulence, Tyranny and Tradition in England 1459-c.1513
Heinemann, 2004 - 219 trang
This text offers coverage of the AS/A-Level course and includes sample exam questions and advice on what makes a good answer. It also features help for students on how to interpret the material and plan essays.
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the limits of political instability
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England 1459c 1513
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