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By Kevin Flude

Featuring stories of homicide, adultery, beheadings, civil conflict, usurpation, and insanity, this booklet takes you on a gallop in the course of the heritage of all of England’s kings and queens, plus a few of the much less recognized Scots and Welsh rulers. notice the sticky finish that passed off Edward II, the tale of the princes within the Tower, the story of the queen who reigned for under a fortnight, and discover even if Macbeth relatively was once a king of Scotland. provided in an obtainable, chronological layout, this crucial advisor will fill in all these gaps on your heritage wisdom, remind you of these information you’d forgotten, and supply a few interesting and fun evidence approximately one of many longest-running monarchies within the world.

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