War, Politics and Culture in 14th-Century England
Bloomsbury Publishing, 1 jul. 1994 - 218 páginas
These essays offer a detailed insight into the planning of English campaigns in France in the late 14th century and into the structure and financing of the English armies and navies. James Sherborne's scholarship went beyond military matters and focused also on the wider political and cultural scene.
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3 The Battle of La Rochelle and the War at Sea 137275
4 The Cost of English Warfare with France in the Later Fourteenth Century
5 English Barges and Balingers of the Late Fourteenth Century
6 John of Gaunt Edward Ills Retinue and the French Campaign of 1369
7 The Defence of the Realm and the Impeachment of Michael de la Pole in 1386
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