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The Battle of Pinkie Cleugh
Welcome to the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh Home Page, where you can read about John Dudley's involvement in the Battle of Pickie Cleugh in 1547, and of the battle itself, which was led by Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset.
The information on the following pages, was originally published in the Military History Magazine in August 1997. This article was submitted by Gervase Phillips. Gervase Phillips is a lecturer on modern history at the Manchester Metropolitan University.
For further reading, he recommends: A History of the Art of War in the Sixteenth Century, by Sir Charles Oman; Tudor Mercenaries and Auxiliaries, 1485-1547, by Gilbert John Millar; and The Military Revolution, by Geoffrey Parker.

NOTE; See the map of the Battle on The Forces Gather and Into the Fray page.

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