An Antidote to the English: The Auld Alliance 1295-1560 #2020

An Antidote to the English: The Auld Alliance 1295-1560 Norman Macdougall An Antidote to the English The Auld Alliance Combining narrative and analysis this book covers the uncertain beginnings of the Alliance moving on to the major military commitment of the Scots to the French side in the Hundred Years War

  • Title: An Antidote to the English: The Auld Alliance 1295-1560
  • Author: Norman Macdougall
  • ISBN: 9781862321458
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • An Antidote to the English: The Auld Alliance 1295-1560 Norman Macdougall Combining narrative and analysis, this book covers the uncertain beginnings of the Alliance, moving on to the major military commitment of the Scots to the French side in the Hundred Years War 1337 1453 with England, the subsequent settlement of Scots in France in the fifteenth century, the close naval and military links between James IV and Louis XII of France in the eCombining narrative and analysis, this book covers the uncertain beginnings of the Alliance, moving on to the major military commitment of the Scots to the French side in the Hundred Years War 1337 1453 with England, the subsequent settlement of Scots in France in the fifteenth century, the close naval and military links between James IV and Louis XII of France in the early sixteenth century, and the climax and end of the Alliance following the marriage of Francis II of France to Mary, Queen of Scots 1558.
    An Antidote to the English: The Auld Alliance 1295-1560 Norman Macdougall

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    1. This is a good, readable introduction to the Auld Alliance, covering its 265 year history at a brisk pace Dukes of Albany feature prominently, at their best and worst.Norman MacDougall clearly has little time for Gordon Donaldson, Professor of Scottish History at Edinburgh University from 1963 to 1979, or his dour Presbyterian strictures on the character of King James V.

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