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1066, year of destiny, Terence Wise, 1979 - Moyen Age, histoire Angleterre, invasions normandes, Middle Age, english books

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1066, year of destiny, Terence Wise - The reign of Edward the Confessor - the English - the Vikings - the Normans - the storm clouds gather - the Northern invation - the conquest of Southern England - the conquest of Northern England. "The Norman conquest of England in 1066 is one of the watersbeds of history, having had a major impact on the shaping of Western civilization as we know it today. Yet its background and the events involved in it have frequently been misunderstood. In this penetrating and enthralling new study, Terence Wise takes the basic, but often overlooked, fact that three civilizations, Norman, Saxon and Viking, were each involved and subjects all three of them to detailed analysis. the result is a complete picture of one of the most crucial years in world history. Military and social organizaion, the weapons used, the aims of the contendors, the tactics and strategies employed and the battles themselves are all fully covered. His conclusion is that the events of 1066 were not unique in themselves, but rather the climax of a long struggle between Scandinavia and Latin Europe for the prize of England." Editions Osprey Publishing Limited, London, 1979.  #history of Great Britain, #history of England, #midle Age, #XIth century, #Normans, #Saxons, #histoire de l'Angleterre, #histoire du Royaume Uni, #invasions normandes, #invasions barbares, #les Saxons, #Edward the Confessor, #histoire de l'Occident, #Xe siècle, #XIe siècle, #books

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1066, year of destiny, Terence Wise - The reign of Edward the Confessor - the English - the Vikings - the Normans - the storm clouds gather - the Northern invation - the conquest of Southern England - the conquest of Northern England.

"The Norman conquest of England in 1066 is one of the watersbeds of history, having had a major impact on the shaping of Western civilization as we know it today. Yet its background and the events involved in it have frequently been misunderstood. In this penetrating and enthralling new study, Terence Wise takes the basic, but often overlooked, fact that three civilizations, Norman, Saxon and Viking, were each involved and subjects all three of them to detailed analysis. the result is a complete picture of one of the most crucial years in world history. Military and social organizaion, the weapons used, the aims of the contendors, the tactics and strategies employed and the battles themselves are all fully covered. His conclusion is that the events of 1066 were not unique in themselves, but rather the climax of a long struggle between Scandinavia and Latin Europe for the prize of England."

Editions Osprey Publishing Limited, London, 1979.  #history of Great Britain, #history of England, #midle Age, #XIth century, #Normans, #Saxons, #histoire de l'Angleterre, #histoire du Royaume Uni, #invasions normandes, #invasions barbares, #les Saxons, #Edward the Confessor, #histoire de l'Occident, #Xe siècle, #XIe siècle, #books

Description : livre relié, couverture cartonnée avec jaquette, 228 pages. format 25,5 cm  x 19,5 cm. bon état. légère usure de couverture. 

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