King in Exile: James II, Warrior King & Saint by John Callow

By John Callow

John Callow's publication reassesses James II's approach for facing his downfall and exile after his defeat on the conflict of the Boyne in July 1690, providing a portrait of a guy who deliberate for himself nice political rewards and renowned acclaim.

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