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Paterson, Raymond Campbell My Wound is Deep, A History of the Later Anglo-Scots Wars 1380-1560 , Edinburgh: John Donald, 1997

First edition. Paperback, 7 maps, bibliography, index Pagination: xvii, 238. During the time of Robert and David Bruce Scotland had secured her freedom; but she faced an uncertain future, and England was resentful. None of the outstanding issues between the two countries had been resolved, and for many years the Border itself was not clearly defined, leading to an almost permanent state of conflict. The Wars of Independence were over; a new hundred years’ war was about to begin.<P>This is the first full account of the later wars between England and Scotland, and it deals with all the main aspects of that conflict. Our attention is also drawn to the less well-known story of the Scots soldiers in France who fought to save that country during the darkest days of the Hundred Years War before the advent of Joan of Arc. Contents: Ill met by moonlight; Death comes to Homildon; A king in captivity; A foreign field; Roxburgh; Berwick; None dare call it treason; The Flowers of the Forest; Stands Scotland where it did?; The year 1286 has come again; Black Saturday; The fruits of war. Book: corners of covers a little bumped, light crease to leading edge of front board, VG, Jacket: n/a (Book ref. 3055 )  £ 12.00

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