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  • Ravenfeast

    Ravenfeast was designed by the team at LittleWarsTV as a gateway game for new players who want to try historical wargaming. Set in the Dark Ages, you'll lead a band of Viking raiders to pillage and burn your way across Saxon England with free rules, tutorials, scenarios, and videos to support the game.

    Written by: Al Halden and Keith Stine
    Full-colour perfect bound softback, 36 pages
    No ISBN
    Language: English

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  • The Art of Medieval Warfare

    Edited by: Peter Konieczy Softcover book, 21 x 29.7 cm, 100 pages, full-colour artwork throughout ISBN: 978-94-90258-21-4 Language: English The 2020 special issue of Medieval Warfare is a compilation of the best art from the first fifty issues of Medieval Warfare. Learn More

  • Medieval Warfare Special: The Rise of the Gun

    Edited by: Peter Konieczy Softcover book, 21 x 29.7 cm, 84 pages, full-colour photographs and artwork throughout ISBN: 978-94-90258-20-7 Language: English The 2019 special issue of Medieval Warfare tracks the worldwide rise of the gun from its origins till the late 16th century, and the changes it wrought on warfare. Learn More

  • Edge of Empire & Henchmen of Ares bundle

    Edge of Empire is the most up to date study of the Romans in the Low Countries, from their first arrival, through the tumultuous contest, Romanization and final departure with the Germanic invasions. Henchmen of Ares presents the history of warriors and warfare from the chariot-borne soldiers of Mycenean palaces to the Graeco-Persian wars.

    For more information on the individual books, see Edge of Empire and Henchmen of Ares.

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  • Rails to the front: The role of railways in wartime

    Written by: Augustus J. Veenendaal and H. Roger Grant Hardback with printed cover, 29.5 x 22 cm, 250 pages, full-colour and black and white photographs and artwork throughout ISBN: 978-94-90258-15-3 Language: English Learn More

  • Romans (second edition)

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    Photos by Stef Verstraaten, with text by Jasper Oorthuys

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  • Driemaal Oost: François van Aerssen Beijeren van Voshol (1883-1968)

    Written by: Marnix van Aerssen Paperback with flaps, 16.5 x 23.5 cm, 536 pages, 24 pages of black and white photos, plus maps ISBN: 9789490258139 Language: Dutch Learn More

  • Medieval Warfare Special: The Battle of Agincourt

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    The 2015 Medieval Warfare Special issue will be entirely dedicated - all 84 pages - to the Battle of Agincourt in 1415. It's like a normal issue, except it'll have more pages, more articles, more maps and more illustrations! NB: Not part of regular subscriptions! Learn More

  • Dacia: The Roman Wars, Volume 1

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    This book, which has been both written and beautifully illustrated by Ancient Warfare magazine's Radu Oltean, details the history of Rome's wars in Dacia. Besides spectacular illustrations, it also includes a number of maps and photographs of relevant archaeological site and finds.

    • Written by Radu Oltean
    • ISBN: 978-973-0-14786-5
    • full-color softback
    • 152 pages
    • Published by Art Historia & Karwansaray Publishers
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  • Sporen van Spionage

    Sporen van Spionage - Een speurtocht door geheim Nederland, samengesteld door voormalig BVD-historicus Dick Engelen en historicus Constant Hijzen, is een fraai geïllustreerd overzicht van lokaties in Nederland die in de twintigste eeuw iets te maken hebben gehad met spionage en geheime diensten uit binnen- en buitenland. 116 pagina's, full-colour, veel foto's en kaarten.

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  • Charles XII: Warrior King

    Edited by: John B. Hattendorf, Åsa Karlsson, Margriet Lacy-Bruijn, Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr., and Rolof van Hövell tot Westerflier Hardback linen binding with dustjacket, 21.5 x 28.5 cm, 464 pages, full-colour photographs, maps and artwork throughout ISBN: 978-94-90258-19-1 Language: English King Charles XII of Sweden is one of the most fascinating and enigmatic figures of early eighteenth-century European history. The war he fought, but eventually lost after a string of brilliant initial victories, was a significant turning point in European history. Learn More

  • Medieval Warfare Special: The Conquest of Constantinople

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    The 2014 Medieval Warfare Special issue is entirely dedicated - all 84 pages - to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453. It's like a normal issue, except it'll have more pages, more articles, more maps and more illustrations! NB: Not part of regular subscriptions! Learn More

  • Alba: General and Servant to the Crown

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    Fernando Álvarez de Toledo, Third Duke of Alba, is one of the most formidable and controversial figures of the sixteenth century. He has been depicted as a great hero, an indefatigable defender of the Catholic faith and a true buttress of the Spanish monarchy, but also as a terrifying man, the dark suppressor of the revolt in the Low Countries.
    During his long and fascinating life Alba revealed wide-ranging skills and interests. A successful soldier, he was also a distinguished courtier and an influential diplomat serving his monarchs, Charles V and Philip II, without fail. Moreover, he was a maecenas and an avid art collector. Using a variety of sources, including previously unexamined data, sixteen leading historians from eight countries present newly developed insights and offer a nuanced image of the Grand Duque. Adopting different perspectives, they shed new light on this intriguing and influential leader, thus showing that Alba continues to be deserving of study and discussion.

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  • Krijgsgevangene in Rusland

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    Verslag van zijn belevenissen door Albrecht Nicolaas van Aerssen Beijeren van Voshol, die tijdens Napoleons tocht naar Rusland in 1812 door kozakken gevangen werd genomen
    Voorwoord, inleiding en nawoord door zijn achterkleinzoon Marnix van Aerssen
    In 1812 trok Napoleon met de grootste legermacht die de wereld ooit had gezien naar Rusland. Een 26-jarige Hollandse beroepsmilitair, de kapitein van de infanterie Albrecht Nicolaas van Aerssen Beijeren van Voshol, nam aan deze invasie deel. Hij had het ongeluk om op 31 oktober 1812 door een schot in zijn rechter dijbeen gewond te raken. Dat gebeurde tijdens gevechten bij het dorp Tsjasniki, gelegen in de tegenwoordige republiek Belarus (Wit-Rusland). De volgende dag nam een kozak hem gevangen, na hem met zijn lans een wond te hebben toegebracht in zijn linkerbeen en ook nog een in zijn linkervoet. Daardoor was hij ongeveer anderhalf jaar krijgsgevangene in dat deel van het tsarenrijk.

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  • Marlborough: Soldier and Diplomat

    John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, has long been regarded as one of Britain's greatest generals as well as a key English political figure in the first decade of the eighteenth century.
    The subject of numerous books in English, Marlborough has typically been seen only in terms of British political and military history. In this book, twelve leading specialists of the period broaden the perspective by assessing Marlborough in the wider and more diverse contexts of the European situation, the common soldier in the British army, the complementary activities of navies, the differing perspectives of the Austrians, Dutch, French, and Germans as well as in the context of the British popular press and the visual arts.

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