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The Wars of the Roses: The Struggle That Inspired George R R Martin's Game of Thrones Hardcover – Illustrated, 28 Apr 2015
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About the Author
Martin J. Dougherty is a freelance writer and editor specialising in military and defence topics. His published works deal with subjects ranging from naval weapons systems and precision-guided weapons to personal security. He is an expert on asymmetric and non-conventional warfare and has addressed several international conferences on these subjects.
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on 25 November 2015
This book is a treasure for it's illustrations alone! The text is well written and as the title suggests it covers a large timeframe and an awful lot of history. It gives all the main facts and discusses all the main protagonists. What is really unusual about this book is that while it gives the facts in any particular matter it doesn't apportion blame for what might be perceived as 'wrong doing'. If someone is 'new' to this period then this would be an excellent book to read, as an entry to a broader study. Don't be put off by the cover reference to Game of Thrones, as basically it has no baring on the text.
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