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Robert the Bruce (Hardback)

Scotland's True Braveheart

British History Medieval History Scotland P&S History Medieval 14th Century 13th Century

By Phil Carradice
Imprint: Pen & Sword History
Pages: 232
Illustrations: 40 black and white illustrations
ISBN: 9781399002608
Published: 30th August 2022


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Robert the Bruce is a detailed account of the life and times of the Scottish hero and monarch. It covers his life from childhood to death, looking at the political, social and military life of Scotland before, during and after the time of Robert the Bruce.

The book looks at the relationship between The Bruce and people like Edward I and Edward II of England, William Wallace and the other contenders for the Scottish crown. The main thrust of the book is a chronological account of how The Bruce clawed his way to power, his struggles and battles and his eventual victory which gave Scotland independence and freedom from an acquisitive and warlike neighbour. It looks in detail at the murder of John Comyn, of which The Bruce stood accused, and the political ramifications of the killing.

Robert the Bruce was no saint. He was a ruthless, cunning warrior, a man of his times, dedicated to what he saw as his mission in life. Flawed he may have been but he was also a great King, a worthy warrior and a man who deserves to emerge from the shadow of William Wallace - a position to which he has been relegated ever since the film Braveheart.

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About Phil Carradice

Phil Carradice is a poet, novelist and historian who has published over 80 books. The most recent of these publications are 'Hitler and His Women' and 'A Hundred Years of Spying' (both for Pen & Sword. He broadcasts regularly on TV and radio, presents the BBC Radio Wales programme The Past Master. He is a renowned teacher and tutor of creative writing.

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