A BRIEF HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL WARFARE
Proposes that the key to England's success from 1314 to 1485 lay in expert, well-financed preparations and a long-view approach to warfare. This period saw the unprecedented supremacy of the English armies over those of Scotland and France. Reid gives a fresh perspective to these conflicts of the medieval period. Illustrated, some in color.
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