|Caption||Chateau Gaillard. Built to safeguard English territory in France, the Chateau Gaillard instead became the scene of an unforgettable catastophe. Our picture shows siege engines being set up by King Philip of France in preparation for an attack on the castle which the English considered impregnable. Original artwork for illustration on pp30-31 of Look and Learn issue no 929 (10 November 1979). Lent for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Chateau Gaillard France Richard I King Philip France siege engines castle attack view aerial view blue army soldiers military|
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