ROBERT BRUCE: King of Scots by Nina Brown Baker

ROBERT BRUCE: King of Scots

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A biography of the colorful leader who wrested Scotland from the rule of England's Edwards I and II, and was himself crowned King of Scotland. A thorough exploration of the vacillating character of Bruce, as he struggled between his loyalty to his king and his feeling that his country merited freedom, and a conscientious background of the bloody period through which he lived. A competent reference book in a field not over-crowded with material on this period of history.

Pub Date: Sept. 16th, 1948
Publisher: Vanguard