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Flodden

Michael Raine

Flodden

by Michael Raine

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Published by Wheaton in Exeter .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Michael Raine ; illustrated by A. Oxenham.
SeriesBritish battles series
The Physical Object
Pagination47p.,22cm
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19391478M

  The streams ran red, choked with the blood of the Scottish people - James IV of Scotland was the most charismatic but also the most doomed of the Stewart family to sit on the Scottish throne. Brilliantly clever, handsome and daring, he disdained his brother-in-law, Henry VIII of England, Author: Elisabeth Mcneill. I enjoyed reading this book, particularly the actual battle of Flodden, which seemed very realistic (a battlefield I have visited three times in the last 8 years). However, the book never seemed to come to a satisfactory decision about whether this was a story about the common soldiers’ experience or that of the magnates involved/5(6).

Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field is a historical romance in verse of 16th-century Britain by Walter Scott, published in It concludes with the Battle of Flodden in It was published in Edinburgh, printed by Ballantyne and Co. for Archibald Constable and also in London by William Miller and John Murray. 1 Publication ed by: The Lady of the Lake. Flowers of the Forest, or The Flooers o the Forest, is a Scottish folk tune commemorating the defeat of the Scottish army of James IV at the Battle of Flodden in September Although the original words are unknown, the melody was recorded c. – in the John Skene of Halyards Manuscript as "Flowres of the Forrest", although it might have been composed earlier.

  Overall, the book’s main strength lies in its ability to situate the battle of Flodden within a background of sustained rivalry between the realms of England and Scotland, with the encounter itself representing an expression of the destructively competitive nature of . The Earl of Surrey heard news that King James of Scotland planned to position his army at Flodden Edge on the 7th September Flodden Edge is an impressive feature rising up to a height of between feet. On hearing the news of the Scots position, Surrey appealed to King James to fight on more level ground. But Surreys appeal fell on.


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Flodden: A Scottish Tragedy Second Edition, Second edition Edition by Peter Reese (Author)/5(18). Flodden book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Geïllustreerd / Illustrated / Illustré / Illustriert / / / Engels / Engl /5(2).

"Flodden is a fantastic mixture of Scottish history and thoughtfully-constructed fiction which creates an inescapably tense and immersive atmosphere from the get-go.

Mill's ability to masterfully weave his gripping fictitious narrative with historical events is truly remarkable/5(6). Osprey on Flodden is better than this book not to mention a monograph of the same author (John Sadler), full of insights and details.

This one is too shallow. While Reeses book is ok, you will not have adequate understanding of the battle of Flodden if you read only this book/5. Interesting read about the battle of Flodden viewed from the English book was described as 'second hand', but on Flodden book it appeared Nicholsons first novel,it contains vivid descriptions of 16th century peasant life and warfare in the north of Nicholson is not Bernard Cornwell yet,but try it, you might like s:   Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field in Six Cantos Paperback – Octo by Sir Walter Scott (Author), Taylor Anderson (Editor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all 21 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: 1.

The Battle of Flodden Why & How gives a brief history of events leading up to this bloody conflict. It describes the weapopns and tactics of warfare of the time, including logistics and the role of women in medieval warefare.

Flodden Monument. The monument to the battle on Pipers Hill was erected in Fatalities. 14, died in the space of less than four hours. Location. Branxton, Northumberland, UK. DVD & Book. Click here to read customer reviews of our book, "Why & How", and DVD "Then & Now".

Flodden Merchandise. nobles/gentry who were killed at Flodden in According to Mr. Norman Douglas' book JAMES IV, the most accurate Flodden death roll "can be found in a Ph.D.

dissertation by Wm K. Emond("The Minority of K. James V ). However, does anyone know of. A very interesting book on a battle that was fought on English lands between the Scotland and England when Henry the VIII was King of England that few people know about.

Flodden was a battle that was very badly lead on the Scottish side and excellently lead on the English side. No Henry the VIII was campaigning in France/5(18). In his books on the battles at Bannockburn, Flodden and Dunbar, Peter Reese has established a reputation as a gripping and versatile writer of military history.

He has written extensively on Anglo-Scottish conflicts, the English Civil Wars and Brand: Birlinn, Limited. The battle of Flodden, September 9,told from several perspectives, some fictional, some historical.

This battle cost Scotland her king, most of her aristocracy, and thousands of citizens in just two hours and if this short novel cannot possibly tell the whole story, but it /5. This book examines the strategies of the opposing armies and the significant effect of the weapons, including longbow and artillery, which they deployed.

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Fatal Rivalry Flodden Author: George Goodwin ISBN: Genre: History File Size:. Editorial Reviews. Barr (defense studies, Joint Services Command and Staff College, Shrivenham) views Flodden as important because the battle lay on the cusp of several developments: a new Renaissance understanding of the past, profound military developments in the 16th century, and the : Flodden by Niall Barr.

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Publish your book with B&N. The 16th-century Battle of Flodden was one of the bloodiest battles ever fought on British soiland five centuries later, the slaughter still occupies a core position in the Scottish nationalist debate. Set in the year and laced with dark humor and fascinating period detailSadler's fast-paced epic will have you on the edge of your seat.

pages, softcover from Lion. Fatal Rivalry: Floddenby George Goodwin pp, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, Telegraph offer: £18 (plus £ p&p) (rrp £20) Follow @TelegraphBooks4/5.

Flodden, September Across a boggy valley, two armies confront each other. The Scots, backed by European allies, have superior numbers and the latest cannon to challenge a depleted English force.

The English are furious and humiliated that they are not fighting alongside King Henry 4/4(1). nobles/gentry who were killed at Flodden in According to Mr.

Norman Douglas' book JAMES IV, the most accurate Flodden death roll "can be found in a Ph.D. dissertation by Wm K. Emond("The. There have been several town walls around Edinburgh, Scotland, since the 12th form of wall probably existed from the foundation of the royal burgh in aroundthough the first building is recorded in the midth century, when the King's Wall was constructed.

In the 16th century the more extensive Flodden Wall was erected, following the Scots' defeat at the Battle of Flodden Built: 15th to 17th century.ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: as Flodden Description: 1 volume: illustrations ; 20 cm.The battle of Flodden-field, an heroic poem, collected from antient MSS., by J.

Benson.