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John Gillingham

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  • The Eu by John Gillingham
    The Eu (English, Paperback)

    In the aftermath of Brexit, it is time to call time on the EU? Updated and revised

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  • Richard I by John Gillingham
    Richard I (English, Paperback)

    An account of Richard the Lionheart's reign. John Gillingham scrutinizes the king's fluctuating reputation over the centuries and portrays him as neither a feckless knight-errant nor a neglectful king, but a masterful and businesslike ruler. This paperback includes an updated bibliography.

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  • William II (Penguin Monarchs) by John Gillingham
    William II (Penguin Monarchs) (English, Paperback)

    William II (1087-1100), or William Rufus, will always be most famous for his death: killed by an arrow while out hunting, perhaps through accident or perhaps murder. But, as John Gillingham makes clear in this elegant book, as the son and successor to William the Conqueror it was William Rufus who had to establish permanent Norman rule. A ruthless, irascible man, he frequently argued...

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  • 1215: The Year of Magna Carta by Danny Danziger
    1215: The Year of Magna Carta (English, Paperback)

    Broad in scope and rich in detail, 1215: THE YEAR OF MAGNA CARTA is a vivid exploration of what may have been the most important year of our lives.

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  • The Angevin Empire by John Gillingham
    The Angevin Empire (English, Paperback)

    At its greatest extent, the Angevin Empire stretched from the Scottish border to the Pyrenees. For fifty years it was the dominant political entity and "English" and "French" history were inextricably joined. This study looks at how these disparate territories came together, how they were ruled, and whether they truly constituted an empire.

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  • Conquests, Catastrophe and Recovery by John Gillingham
    Conquests, Catastrophe and Recovery (English, Paperback)

    Beginning with the Norman Conquest of England, these tumultuous centuries and their invasions shaped the languages and political geography of present-day Britain and Ireland. Magna Carta set new standards for holding governments to account and trial by jury won a central place in the legal systems of England and Scotland.

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  • European Integration, 1950-2003 by John Gillingham
    European Integration, 1950-2003 (English, Paperback)

    Integration is the most significant European historical development in the past fifty years, eclipsing in importance even the collapse of the USSR. Yet, until now, no satisfactory explanation is to be found in any single book as to why integration is significant, and where it is headed.

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  • 1215 by Danny Danziger
    1215 (English, Paperback)

    A portrait of everyday life in thirteenth-century Britain chronicles the people and events leading up to the signing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede in June 1215.

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  • Medieval Britain: A Very Short Introduction by John Gillingham
    Medieval Britain: A Very Short Introduction (English, Paperback)

    First published as part of the best-selling The Oxford Illustrated History of Britain, John Gillingham and Ralph A. Griffiths' Very Short Introduction to Medieval Britain covers the establishment of the Anglo-Norman monarchy in the early Middle Ages, through to England's failure to dominate the British Isles and France in the later Middle Ages.

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  • The English in the Twelfth Century by John Gillingham
    The English in the Twelfth Century (English, Paperback)

    Defining essays on questions of newly-emerging English nationalism and the political importance of chivalric values and knightly obligations, as perceived by contemporary historians.

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  • William II (Penguin Monarchs) by John Gillingham
    William II (Penguin Monarchs) (English, Hardback)

    As a successor to William the Conqueror it was William Rufus who had to establish permanent Norman rule. A ruthless man, he frequently argued with his older brother Robert over their father's inheritance - but he also handed out effective justice, leaving as his legacy one of the most extraordinary of all medieval buildings, Westminster Hall.

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