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Scotland's Relations with England: A Survey to 1707

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Two national identities had established themselves by the end of the 11th century in, respectively, the north and south of Britain. The larger southern nation made several attempts on the independence of the smaller and more dynastically-troubled northern state but, after the time of Edward I of England, Scotland held its own. Then in 1603, with the accession of James VI ...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published December 1st 1993 by Hyperion Books
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An important and readable account of the relationship of the two kingdoms marked by centuries of warfare both overt and covert, England's attempts to conquer Scotland, the Tudor aim of domination marked ultimately by the succession of James Stuart to the throne of the two kingdoms.
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