ON THE BORDERLANDS OF GREAT EMPIRES: From Retinue to Regiment 1453-1618, No. 12
This follows the efforts of the Transylvanian rulers to organize and to defend their new state, during its first seven decades of existence (1541-1613). The army at their disposal inherited an essentially medieval structure that reflected the social composition of the region. Well illustrated, some in color.
Publisher: Helion & Company
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1929372
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