THE CRUSADER STRATEGY: Defending the Holy Land
A new look at the crusaders which cuts through centuries of misunderstanding to show how they pursued long term plans and clear strategic goals. Crusader states were permanently on the brink of destruction: resources were scarce and the penalties for failure severe. Strategic thinkung, Tibble argues, was a necessity, not a luxury. Illustrated in color.
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