Andy King and Claire Etty trace the fractious relationship between England and Scotland from the death of Alexander III to the accession of James VI as James I of England. Spanning medieval and early modern history, this book is the ideal starting point for students studying Anglo-Scottish relations up to the Union.
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Table of Contents
CONTENTS.- Preface.- Introduction.- PART I.- 1. Hammer of the Scots? Edward I and Scotland, 1286-1306.- 2. Scottish Civil Wars, 1306-37.- 3. The Hundred Years War: War on Two Fronts, 1337-1453.- 4. The Wars of the Roses, 1453-1502.- 5. Auld Alliance, New Europe, 1503-37 .- 6. Reformations and Rough Wooing, 1537-60.- 7. Better Together? 1561-1603.- PART II.- 8. Armies and Warfare.- 9. The Marches.- 10. Relations between Peoples.- 11. National Identity and Propaganda: The Appeal to History and Contemporary Views of the 'Other'.- Conclusion.- Select Bibliography.- Notes.- Index.
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A very accessible, direct and entertaining overview of Anglo-Scottish relations from the Wars to James I's accession.' – Michael Penman, University of Stirling, UK