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Where Both Hosts Fought
Philip Haigh
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Where Both Hosts Fought

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Rebellions of 1469 -1470 and the battles of Edgecote & Lose-Cote-Field Haigh
178 pages
Published October 1997 by Battlefield in association with the Yorkshire Battlefields Society
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Feb 17, 2009 rated it it was amazing
This is an invaluable account of a little-known but action-packed slice of Yorkist history. I doubt there is a better secondary source for the events of 1469-70, though if there is I'd be glad to hear of it.

There are some quite extensive quotes from Chronicles, so if you doubt the interpretation of some of the history you can check out the sources and decide which version you prefer.

I would say this is not really for the beginner, but a very valuable book if you are already fully aware of the ba
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