King Edward's conquest of Wales

Walsh, Paul V.
February 1999
Military History;Feb99, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p50
Focuses on the conquest of Wales by King Edward of England in 1277. His invasion of Wales in 1277; Background of the native inhabitants of medieval Wales; Transformation of the Welsh society during the period.


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