NORWICH’S MILITARY LEGACY

CHANDLER (M.)

P003

£14.99

128pp., 80 b/w & 30 colour illus., P.B. 2017. Originally a town built by the Anglo-Saxons, it was later burned down and then rebuilt as England’s second city, after London, by William the Conqueror. Riots between the church and the citizens saw Norwich at war with the Pope in 1272. The Norfolk Regiment has seen its men in combat from the Napoleonic Wars, the Crimean War, the Boer War and both World Wars.