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Bannockburn - Scotland's greatest victory
Peter Reese
Paperback / softback
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1314. On a marsh-fringed plain south of Stirling Castle, King Robert the Bruce led the Scottish army in a singularly devastating victory over the English.

Bannockburn was Scotland's greatest battlefield triumph, achieved against the odds by a combination of brilliant tactical leadership and the fatal overconfidence of the English King, Edward II.

On the 700th anniversary of the battle, Peter Reese's definitive history shines a spotlight on this pivotal moment in Scottish History and considers the wider implications of this momentous victory.

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Now retired after a 29-year career in the army, Peter Reese is a leading military historian and writer. His abiding love for Scotland ensure frequent visits north from his home in Surrey.

An admirably vivid account of the Scots' greatest victory over the English . . .The measured, precise build-up makes the final eruption of violence all the more compelling and impresses upon the reader just how much was at stake on the battlefield of Bannockburn in the summer of 1314.

A cracker of a book, which reads like a novel yet has the authority of many a weightier tome
Sunday Herald

A thoroughly researched overview of this crucial period of Scotland's history . . . it is the sense of calm progression that makes this book so effective
Scots Magazine

Peter Reese has vision, insight and understanding.
The Herald

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Keyword Index
Bannockburn, Battle of, Scotland, 1314.|Scotland - History - Robert I, 1306-1329.
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Number of Pages
xxi, 221

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