In July of 1548, an army of 12,000 troops laid siege to the East Lothian town of Haddington. For 18 months, Scotland and France wrestled to expel the 2,000-strong English garrison. The English dug-in in a final attempt to secure the marriage of Mary, Queen of Scots. It became Scotland's longest siege.
Condition: Good - Author: Gerald Unwin - Publisher: Calder Wood Press - Pages: 98 - Paperback