Series: Osprey Warrior: English Medieval Knight

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English Medieval Knight, 1200–1300 by Christopher Gravett1200 - 1300
English Medieval Knight, 1300–1400 by Christopher Gravett1300 - 1400
English Medieval Knight, 1400–1500 by Christopher Gravett1400 - 1500

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  5. Armies and Warfare in the Middle Ages: The English Experience by Michael Prestwich (1996)
  6. Warfare in the Medieval World by Brian Todd Carey (2006)
  7. Crusader Castles of the Teutonic Knights 1: The Red-Bricked Castles of Prussia, 1230-1466 by Stephen Turnbull (2003)
  8. The Medieval Soldier: 15th Century Campaign Life Recreated in Colour Photographs by Gary Embleton (1994)
  9. The Medieval Archer by Jim Bradbury (1985)
  10. A Brief History of Medieval Warfare by Peter Reid (2007)
  11. Early Samurai AD 200-1500 by Anthony Bryant (1991)
  12. The Military Campaigns of the Wars of the Roses by Philip A. Haigh (1995)
  13. The Oxford Illustrated History of Medieval Europe by George Holmes (1988)
  14. Union Infantryman, 1861–65 by John Langellier (2001)
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