Arthurs War J.A. Carruthers

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Published: January 18th 2014

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188 pages


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Arthurs War  by  J.A. Carruthers

Arthurs War by J.A. Carruthers
January 18th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 188 pages | ISBN: | 8.40 Mb

An original research into the life and times of the legendary hero normally described as King Arthur.This book strips away the myths, legends and fantastical folk tales that have obscured the real Arthur from the pages of history. This biographyMoreAn original research into the life and times of the legendary hero normally described as King Arthur.This book strips away the myths, legends and fantastical folk tales that have obscured the real Arthur from the pages of history.

This biography of a powerful folk hero, has involved years of investigation and has included archaeological evidence and the results of personal field research by the author. The conclusions reached show Arthur to have been a charismatic leader and tactical genius in battlefield strategy, at a time when the last remnants of those who sought to maintain Romano British civilisation suffered from a siege mentality.In conclusion the book also clearly illustrates how the previous held beliefs that Arthur was involved in a campaign against the Anglo Saxons is highly improbable which has led to 1,500 years of historical error.



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