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ISBN:
1854357239
Author:
Allen Andrews
Category:
Leaders & Notable People
Language:
English
Publisher:
TITLES DISTRIBUTED BY SANDSTONE PUBLISHING (2000)
Pages:
184 pages
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1276 kb
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1661 kb
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4.3
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Publisher: Smithmark Pub ISBN 13: 9780856851360. Title: Kings and Queens of England and Scotland Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Author: Allen Andrews ISBN 10: 0856851361.

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Kings & Queens of England and Scotland. It also gives the same information for all the rulers of Scotland, and information, although not as complete, for the native princes of Wales. Not authoritative, but filled with a great deal of basic information, and illustrations of places and tomb monuments.

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This book which really acts as a guide gives a summary of the British and Scottish monarchies from the beginning .

This book which really acts as a guide gives a summary of the British and Scottish monarchies from the beginning of history to the present. It includes the royal dynasties such as the Plantagenets, the Lancasters, the Yorks, the Tudors, the Stuarts, and the Hanoverians, as well as the Windsors. Though is primarily focused on the monarchs of England (and successor unions) with each ruler getting their own individual article from 1066-to-present, while the Scottish monarchs were only briefly covered in comparison.

Excellent thumbnail sketch of the Kings and Queens. com User, March 26, 2001. I should have known that I was destined to be a historian, given that this was my childhood picture book. My mother's copy is dogeared and threadbare and beloved

Excellent thumbnail sketch of the Kings and Queens. My mother's copy is dogeared and threadbare and beloved.

Kings and Queens of England and Scotland. Place of Publication. Title: Kings and Queens of England and Scotland. Authors: Andrews, Allen.

Scotland, now part of the United Kingdom, was ruled for hundreds of years by various monarchs. Thank you for your feedback. Kings and Queens of Scotland.

His ambition to conquer Scotland and France plunged England into the Hundred Years War, beginning in 1338.

He died just 5 weeks later. Aethelred returned in 1014 after Sweyn’s death. His ambition to conquer Scotland and France plunged England into the Hundred Years War, beginning in 1338. The two great victories at Crecy and Poitiers made Edward and his son, the Black Prince, the most renowned warriors in Europe, however the war was very expensive. The outbreak of bubonic plague, the ‘Black Death’ in 1348-1350 killed half the population of England.

This fascinating, full-colour, fold out book illustrates and describes all the English monarchs since William the Conqueror and all the Scottish monarchs since Robert Bruce, right up to Queen Elizabeth II. Brilliant accompanyment to any history book, I have found this book extremley helpful for getting a family tree type look on the Kings and Queens of our country.

Traces the history of Great Britain's monarchies from King Egbert of Wessex in the ninth century to Queen Elizabeth II, with a concise summary of the reign of each monarch
  • Grinin
A very detailed book. Very informative. I love the book. I learned a lot more than I cared to know. There is nonstop reading from beginning to end.
  • Daigrel
I should have known that I was destined to be a historian, given that this was my childhood picture book. My mother's copy is dogeared and threadbare and beloved. The scholarship is not necessarily the highest, and some of the illustrations are over-romanticised Victorian engravings, but it gives an excellent thumbnail sketch of every ruler of England from Edgbert (giving it a leg-up on many other survays, which begin with William the Conqueror or, if they are better, Edward the Confessor) to Elizabeth II, listing birth date and place, marriage(s), children (legitmate and illegitamate), date, cause and place of death, and place of burial, with a essay ranging from two paragraphs to two pages, depending on the importance of the ruler.
It also gives the same information for all the rulers of Scotland, and information, although not as complete, for the native princes of Wales. Not authoritative, but filled with a great deal of basic information, and illustrations of places and tomb monuments.