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Walk Towton 1461: A Visitor Guide to Battle-related Sites
by Helen Cox and Alan Stringer
The death of Richard, Duke of York at the Battle of Wakefield in December 1460 launched his eldest son and heir Edward, Earl of March, into the unprecedented winter campaign destined to end in carnage at Towton on Palm Sunday, 1461.
With Walk Towton 1461, you can follow the Earl’s campaign from his first victory at Mortimer’s Cross to disaster at St Albans, the fierce contests of Ferrybridge and Dintingdale, and the bloody finale at Towton, with an illustrated guide to visiting sites connected with the battles.
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