The WRG classic, Ian Heath's 'Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300, Second Edition 1989', long out of print, is now available again through the Lulu print-to-order service. Got mine a couple of days ago, and very pleased with it. One of the best sources for feudal period armies there has ever been. Excellent .
Post by davidconstable on Jul 19, 2016 7:10:17 GMT
For information only, it is worth watching out for the "Crusades" book if reprinted, it did not seem to be hugely popular at the time. It covered not just the crusades, but Byzantine enemies etc., so covered a wide range. It contained an interesting section on changes from Europe to crusader armour.
Post by davidconstable on Jul 20, 2016 7:31:17 GMT
I had Martin, but I am not sure I should, it would be an opportunity for those that never had it to get it, but if a flop it might reduce the chance of others, such as the two volume Mediaeval work being tried.
All those book are great. The Feudal one in particular was hard to track down and the most expensive one I own. Good thing it is back in print - it is a shame not to be able to share that wealth of information.