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This is an excellent review of the circumstances which led to the loss of English hegemony in Normandy and Guienne.
Very pleased with the quality and depth of this book, one of a series in military history as all of you aficionados out there well know.
Overall, The Fall of English France 1449-53 is a good campaign history and one of the author's best efforts in recent years.
Agincourt is more famous, but France won the Hundred Year's War. This book covers the French victory in the war most forget about.Published 1 month ago by Phil Historian
This Osprey Campaign title contains in fact the last two major campaigns, or more accurately, the last two sets of campaigns in Normandy and “Gascony”, as David Nicolle and which,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by JPS
Dr. David Nicolle, a leading academic in the field of European and Middle East Medieval history, has done a very good job at examining these final few years of the 100 years war in... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Yoda