The Wars of the Roses was a complicated, bloody affair between the houses of Lancaster and York, and witnessed much changing of sides.
That disjointed feuding persisted for a staggering thirty years and was a north versus south affair. However, the period and conflicts covered by this title are refreshingly clear. An intriguing tale of treachery and deceit.
About the Author
Philip Haigh is joint-editor of the nationally distributed journal Battlefields and Chairman of the Yorkshire Battlefields Society. He has made a lifelong study of the military aspects of the Wars of the Roses and his first book on the subject. His Military Campaigns of the War of the Roses was published in 1995. He is married with two children and works in West Yorkshire.