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In the last years of his reign, Henry VIII needed a radically modern system of defence to protect England and its new Church.

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EAN 9781846031304
Publisher Osprey Publishing
Type Non-fiction
Genre History
Subgenre British and Irish history
Title The Castles of Henry VIII
All Authors Peter Harrington, Brian Delf
Author Peter Harrington
ISBN 1846031303

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