Using Hitherto Neglected Sources, This Work Offers A Dramatic Reinterpretation Of The Lancastrian Revolution, And The Establishment Of Henry IV S Kingship It Is Also The First Work For Thirty Years To Re Examine The Reigns Of Richard II And Henry IV Together, Charting The Shifting Balance Of Power Between The Crown And The Nobility Across The Turn Of The Fifteenth Century.
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- The Politics of Magnate Power: England and Wales 1389-1413 (Oxford Historical Monographs)
- Alastair Dunn
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