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|Dates||4 October 2015
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|Book reviews||BOOK REVIEWS (section heading; centred)
Welsh Soldiers in the Later Middle Ages, 1282-1422
by Adam Chapman.
2015. Boydell Press. Hardcover: 282 pages. £60.00.
ISBN-10: 1783270314. ISBN-13: 978-1783270316.
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