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1066: The Battles of York, Stamford Bridge and Hastings (Battleground Britain) by Peter Marren
BATTLES OF ST ALBANS (Battleground: Wars of the Roses) by Peter Burley
Blenheim 1704 (Battle Story) by James Falkner
FROM WAKEFIELD AND TOWTON: WAR OF THE ROSES (Battleground Medieval Britain) by Philip A. Haigh
Hougoumont: The Key to Victory at Waterloo by Julian Paget
Kimberly: Battleground South Africa by Lewis Childs
Ladysmith: The Siege (Battleground South Africa) by Lewis Childs
Marston Moor: English Civil War - July 1644 (Battleground Britain 1642 - 1651) by David Clark
Naseby: English Civil War - June 1645 (Battleground Britain 1642 - 1651) by Martin Marix Evans
Ramillies 1706: Year of Miracles (Battleground Marlborough) by James Falkner
Rorke's Drift 1879: 'Pinned Like Rats in a Hole' by Ian Knight
Tewkesbury: Eclipse of the House of Lancaster 1471, War of the Roses (Battleground) by Steven Goodchild
Waterloo: The Battlefield Guide (Battleground Napoleonic) by Andrew Uffindel

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