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Warrior Race-A History Of The British At War
Warrior Race-A History Of The British At War
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Author : Lawrence James
Publisher : St.Martin`s Griffin
ISBN# : 0-312-30738-1
Pages : 864
Price :INR 1063
Offer Price:INR 946
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Book Description
Modern Britain is a nation shaped, both geographically and culturally by wars. The essence of its identity is the warrior heroes, both real and fictitious who still capture the national imagination: from Boadicea to king Arthur, Rob Roy to Henry V the Duke of Wellington to Winston Churchill. In Warrior Race, Lawrence James draws on the latest historical and archaeological research, as well as numerous previously untapped resources, to chart the fill reach of British military history. he explores the physical and psychological impact of Roman military occupation, the monarchy`s struggle for mastery of the British Isles, the Civil wars of Seventeenth Century, and the total was experience of twentieth-century conflicts.
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