The Hundred Years War Embraced Warfare In All Aspects, From The Grand Set Pieces Of Crecy And Agincourt To The Pillaged Lands Of The Dispossessed Population What Makes This Book Different From Previous Studies Emphasising The Great Battles Is Its Use Of Less Familiar Evidence, Such As Administrative Records And Landscape Archaeology, To Gain A Truer Picture Of The Realities Of Medieval Warfare From A General Review Of Battle Tactics, The Book Turns To Examine At Points Enlisting Computer Analysis A Number Of Issues The Composition Of The English Army, The Management Of Affairs In Aquitaine, The Response In England At Large To The War And The Consequent Propaganda And Hardship, And The Impact Of Warfare On Local Communities Close Study Of Surviving Artefacts Weapons, Fortifications Also Allows Realistic Assessments Of Military And Naval ExperiencesContributors ANDREW AYTON, MATTHEW BENNETT, ANNE CURRY, IAN FRIEL, ROBERT HARDY, MICHAEL HUGHES, MICHAEL JONES, BRIAN KEMP, JOHN KENYON, MARK ORMROD, ROBERT SMITH, MALCOLM VALE
www.medievalsoldier.org An historical advisor to the battlefield centres at Azincourt, Shrewsbury, and Bosworth, she is co chair of the Agincourt 600 committee, tasked with organizing the commemorations of the sixth hundredth anniversary of the battle President of the Historical Association between 2008 and 2011, she is also a former Vice President of the Royal Historical Society.
- 264 pages
- Arms, Armies and Fortifications in the Hundred Years War
- Anne Curry
- 10 April 2019 Anne Curry