A Brief History of Medieval Warfare
by Peter Reid
Editor: Little, Brown Book Group
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For more than 150 years, from 1314 to 1485, England fought an almost permanent war with its neighbours: the northern countryside when Robert the Bruce’s armies were defeated, the long year 116 enter into conflict with France, finally imploding in a bloody civil war in the War of the Two Roses.Too often attention has been paid to the bravery of knights and archers during these conflicts still faced with confrontations were few in number.Peter Reid proposes that England’s ability to take disciplinary action, disposition and finance such a long campaign has been at the heart of his success.England was so strong, because the whole nation was transformed into a state of total war.The campaigns had just landed not on the battlefield but in the organization of troops and supplies.Embedded in his quarrel with a dramatic reconstruction of campaign highlights on land and at sea, Peter Reid presents a new perspective on the turning point in England’s history.A brief history of the medieval war is a captivating and powerfully persuasive book.
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