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Tango0106 Dec 2018 9:26 p.m. PST

….the Barons' War, 1264-67.

"Abstract: This thesis examines the nature of war and its impact on society in the English civil war, known as the Barons' War, which was waged from 1264-67 between King Henry III and a baronial opposition led by Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester. This is the first dedicated major study of the civil war as a war rather than as a political or constitutional event. While several of the war's important campaigns have received individual study, the broader issues of the war, like the state and use of castles and town defences, guerrilla warfare and the impact of these on society have not received the same attention…."
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