North Wales in the Civil War (Signed copy)
Signed by Norman Tucker
First edition, hardback in dustwrapper. 22.5 × 14cm, 197pp.
Signed directly to the title page by Norman Tucker.
Despite North Wales often being ignored in the general story of the Civil War, the region's role was considerable both as a source of recruits and supplies to the warring forces and the great medieval castles of North Wales were a constant threat, indeed, Harlech Castle was the last fortress to fall to the forces of Parliament. Although no major battles took place in the region there were a number of seiges and large scale skirmishes which are all detailed in this volume. In addition, the war caused a schism in society which was every bit as divisive as that which occurred in England.
The book is in good condition, a little dulled but with clean pages and secure binding. The dustwrapper is very tatty with small areas of loss to the spine ends and corners and a heavy crease to the rear panel. However, it is now within a protective sleeve.
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