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The Crecy War

Door Alfred H. Burne

The Crecy War
CategorieGeschiedenis Europa
Boeknummer#229658
TitelThe Crecy War. A Military History of the Hundred Years War from 1337 to the Peace of Bretigny in 1360
AuteurBurne, Alfred H.
BoektypePaperback
UitgeverijBarnsley, Frontline Books
Jaar van uitgave2016
ISBN101848328869
ISBN139781848328860
TaalEngels
SamenvattingCrecy, the Black Prince’s most famous victory, was the first of two major victories during the first part of the Hundred Years War. This was followed ten years later by his second great success at the Battle of Poitiers. The subsequent Treaty of Bretigny established the rights of the King of England to hold his domains in France without paying homage to the King of France. In this hugely acclaimed military history Colonel Burne reestablishes the reputation of Edward III as a grand master of strategy, whose personal hand lay behind the success of Crecy. He convincingly demonstrates that much of the credit for Crecy and Poitiers should be given to Edward and less to his son, the Black Prince, than is traditionally the case. With his vigorous and exciting style, Colonel Burne has chronicled for the general reader as well as for the military enthusiast, one of the most exceptional wars in which England has ever been engaged. This book firmly restores the Crecy campaign to its rightful place near the pinnacle of British military history. ‘A most important book – a work of original research, written by a master of his subject … A model of how history should be written, packed with accurate information and common sense.’ Sir Arthur Bryant in The Sunday Times
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