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{August 13, 2010}   The Ill-Fated Reign of Edward II: Part One | Quazen

In the fourteenth century in Europe, a king was expected to be a strong leader of men and had to have prowess on the battlefield. Edward I of England fitted this description well and spent virtually his whole reign at war, subduing the neighbouring Welsh and attempting to do the same in Scotland.

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