By Jean-Denis G. G. Lepage
This research chronicles the advance of British fortifications from prehistoric instances during the finish of Richard III’s reign in 1485, supplying the heritage of every kind of constitution, suitable examples, and data on guns and siege war. greater than 250 illustrations vividly aspect each one ediface’s development and configuration.
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