England-Scottish War

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November 28, 2021

The Anglo-Scott War is a war that includes battles such as the Battle of Solway Moss between England and Scotland.

Overview

The two wars that Scotland made in response to England's attempt to conquer the Plantagenet dynasty officially ended with the 1328 and 1358 treaties, but relations between the two remained unstable. England's invasion of Scotland took place under Richard II and Henry IV, and informal conflicts continued for a long time.

The border between the two countries at that time

The formal border between the two countries at that time was the area including Roxburgh Castle and the port of Berwick Appontuido.

References

^ Peter Reese, Flodden: A Scottish Tragedy (Birlinn, 2013). ^ George A. Sinclair, "The Scots at Solway Moss" The Scottish Historical Review 2 # 8 (1905) pp. 372–377 in JSTOR ^ Elizabeth A. Bonner, "The Genesis of Henry VIII's'Rough Wooing'of the Scots." Northern History 33.1 (1997): 36-53. ^ Gervase Phillips, The Anglo-Scots Wars, 1513-1550: A Military History (Boydell Press, 1999). ^ Gervase Phillips, The Anglo-Scots Wars, 1513-1550: A Military History (Boydell Press, 1999). ^ Paul E.J. Hammer, Elizabeth's wars: war, government and society in Tudor England, 1544–1604 (2003).

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