History of War

GIBRALTAR THE GREATEST SIEGE IN BRITISH HISTORY

Author: Roy and Lesley Adkins Publisher: Little, Brown Price: £20

THE STORY OF HOW A BRITISH GARRISON HELD OUT AGAINST FRENCH AND SPANISH OPPONENTS FOR MORE THAN THREE AND A HALF

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