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The Renaissance at War by Thomas Arnold
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Offers detailed analyses of battlefield campaigns, strategies and tactics, technology, weaponry, leadership, and the implications of the era in terms of global history, along with numerous photographs, maps, diagrams, and illustrations.

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A magnificent introduction to renaissance warfare for the general reader. The book had already won me over by including pictures of some of my favorite period tapestries. Its show-and-tell approach has sidebars with lists of equipments and their costs as well as a wide range of maps and illustrations. ( )
  jcbrunner | Oct 11, 2008 |
REENACTORS NOTE (16th Century): Very good overview of war and politics. Like an 'Osprey' printed book, but with real research. ( )
  hsifeng | Mar 27, 2008 |
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