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- Vittorio Klostermann 2013; US$ 357.71
Die Entstehung des Kurfürstenkollegs galt als ?Fundamentalrätsel der deutschen Verfassungsgeschichte?. Wolfs Lösung: ?Wahlberechtigt waren die Erbberechtigten?. Die deutschen Königshäuser der Ottonen, Salier, Staufer starben zwar alle nach einem Jahrhundert im Mannesstamm aus, lebten aber über Töchter fort. Die Vertreter dieser Tochterstämme, die gradnah... more...
- The History Press 2014; US$ 21.99
When people think of Richard the Lionheart they recall the scene at the end of every Robin Hood epic when he returns from the crusade to punish his treacherous brother John and the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham. In reality Richard detested England and the English, was deeply troubled by his own sexuality and was noted for greed, not generosity, and... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 50.00
If Richard III had not charged to his death at Bosworth, how different might the history of Britain have been? Beginning in 1453 and ending in 1487, The Red Rose and the White provides a gripping overview of the bitter dynastic struggle for supremacy that raged between the houses of York and Lancaster for thirty years, culminating in the dramatic... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 83.95
John of Gaunt (1340 -99), Duke of Lancaster and pretender to the throne of Castile, was son to Edward III, uncle to the ill-starred Richard III and father to Henry IV and the Lancastrian line. The richest and most powerful subject in England, a key actor on the international stage, patron of Wycliffe and Chaucer, he was deeply involved in the Peasant's... more...
- Andrews UK 2014; US$ 28.99
Part of a popular series that will inspire the teachers, especially the non-specialists, to teach history and geography with confidence.* comprehensive background information* extensive photocopiable resources such as pictures, charts and diagrams* detailed lesson plans* differentiated activities at three ability levels* ideas for support and extension*... more...
- Basic Books 2015; US$ 29.99
King John has long been dubbed one of the “vilest? of English kings. He was brutish, untrustworthy, and ruled as a virtual tyrant—and yet his reign changed the course of English history. As renowned medieval historian Stephen Church argues, John?s importance has for too long been overshadowed by more heroic family members like Richard the Lionhearted... more...
- Andrews UK 2015; US$ 4.49
Why was Edward I also known as Edward Longshanks? What do historians think happened to the Princes in the Tower? Who became known as The Kingmaker and why? And who shocked Europe with the murder of Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury? All of these questions and more are answered in this excellent book containing over one hundred... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 44.95
In this new assessment of Henry VI, David Grummitt synthesizes a wealth of detailed research into Lancastrian England that has taken place throughout the last three decades to provide a fresh appraisal of the house?s last King. The biography places Henry in the context of Lancastrian political culture and considers how his reign was shaped by the... more...
- Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 23.99
Agincourt (1415) is an exceptionally famous battle, one that has generated a huge and enduring cultural legacy in the six hundred years since it was fought. Everybody thinks they know what the battle was about. Even John Lennon, aged 12, wrote a poem and drew a picture headed 'Agincourt'. But why and how has Agincourt come to mean so much,... more...