History of War

AELFRED’S BRITAIN

“AUTHOR MAX ADAMS DESCRIBES THESE MERCILESS VANDALS AS ‘FERAL MEN, PLAYING BY A NEW SET OF RULES AND BENT ON THEFT, KIDNAP, ARSON, TORTURE AND ENSLAVEMENT’”

Author: Max Adams Price: £9.99 Publisher: Head of Zeus

More than 1,000 years ago, a great host of battle-hardened Norse seafarers pitched up on England’s eastern coast. They soon overwhelmed

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