A member of the staff of the Directorate of History and Heritage of the Canadian Department of National Defence, Donald E. Graves is the author, co-author or editor of sixteen books on military and naval history subjects.
His fields of specialization are the Napoleonic period and the Second World War.
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Fit for the King
The White Tower wasn’t just for intimidating or imprisoning enemies, it was also a royal residence. There was a chapel, latrines, and 4 fireplaces. The fireplaces actually pre-date the introduction of chimney stacks, and are among the oldest in England.
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