Books by Stephen Saunders Webb

Released: Nov. 5, 1995

"A colorful, absorbing, and well-told tale. (16 pages illustrations, not seen)"
In a worthy successor to his noted 1676: The End of American Independence (1984), historian Webb (Syracuse Univ.) gives an account of the transatlantic Protestant military putsch known to history as the Glorious Revolution, which was orchestrated by John Churchill, Winston's illustrious ancestor and the first duke of Marlborough. Read full book review >