GLOUCESTER’S MILITARY LEGACY

JOURDAN (C.)

P012

£14.99

128pp., 30 colour & 80 b/w illus., P.B. 2017. The Roman walls would be destroyed by Charles II as a punishment for the city’s role in the conflict. In the 12th century, Gloucester’s first castle was built. The formation of ‘The Glorious Glosters’, in 1782, led to a number of notable military campaigns, including the battles of Alexandria, Quatre Bras, the Second Boer War, both World Wars and Korea.