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1066: What If…? – David Churchill

Posted on: 19/02/2018 with tags: 1066, conqueror, david churchill, leoprads of normandy, william of normandy, william the conqueror, Medieval

In a poll of more than two thousand people taken in January 2016, to mark the 950th anniversary of the Norman Conquest, 1066 was named as the most memorable date in British history. England had already been a coherent kingdom for more than a century before the Battle of Hastings. Yet 1066 is the point at which we still think of the country, as we know it, being born. But what if the English had beaten the Normans and thus not been conquered at all? The Battle of Hastings was a desperately hard-f…

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What to expect from The Leopards of Normandy

Posted on: 21/04/2016 with tags: david churchill, duke, leopards of normandy, normans, tom cain, william of normandy, william the conqueror, Medieval, Norman

On publication of Duke, the second book in his Leopards of Normandy series author David Churchill outlines what you can expect. Book. 1: The Devil And His Bastard Son  Robert of Normandy is a young man in a hurry. He’s handsome, brave, impetuous, and he’s just seized Normandy’s mightiest castle. But Robert has an older brother, Richard. He’s the Duke of Normandy. He wants his castle back. And he’ll take it by force if he has to. Herleva of Falaise is the daughter of a humble tanner, but she’s mo…

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