Bloody Mary's Martyrs : The Story of England's Terror

Bloody Mary's Martyrs : The Story of England's Terror

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Baker & Taylor
A gripping acount of Mary Tudor and her reign of terror details her ascension to the English throne in 1553, her restoration of Roman Catholicism, her marriage, and her inability to conceive a child, which led to the fires at Smithfield where hundreds of Protestants--including Hugh Latimer and Thomas Cranmer--met their fate at the stake.

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An account of Mary Tudor and her reign of terror details her ascension to the English throne in 1553, her restoration of Catholicism, her marriage, and her inability to conceive a child, which led to the fires at Smithfield.

Publisher: Carrol and Graf, 2001
Edition: 1st
ISBN: 9780786708543
0786708549
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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