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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
    €125.00

  • 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
    €14.95

  • Arrian's Tactical handbook and Expedition against the Alans

    Arrian's essay on the tactical art is essentially an idealized reconstruction of a Hellenistic army in which Macedonian principles of organization predominate, but with many features surviving from the classical epoch. The work (Greek text with facing English translation) was intended to be an instruction manual for the emperor Trajan and is, for the first time, available to anyone interested in the Roman imperial army. ISBN 0-89005-517-3. viii + 132pp, maps. Pb

    Ships in mid September 2020

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  • The Mercenaries of the Hellenistic World

    Evidence from papyri inscriptions and ancient writers examine the role and influence of mercenaries on the policies, diplomacy, wars and conquests of the Hellenistic dynasties. ISBN 0-89005-085-6. 340p.

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    €26.95

  • 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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    €80.00

  • Henchmen of Ares

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    Henchmen of Ares is a new overview of warfare in ancient Greece from the Mycenaean Bronze Age down to the Persian Wars Written by Josho Brouwers Approx. 208 pages, with more than 100 full-color photographs, maps and illustrations hardback
    Publication date: 11/11/13

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    €19.95

  • The Cavalry of Diocletian

    Piotr Letki The Cavalry of Diocletian Napoleon V 24 x 17 cm ISBN 978.83.61324.93.5 217 pages Hardback, with printed cover, linen binding and bookmark. Some black and white illustrations

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  • Rich man - Poor man (Edelman - Bedelman)

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    By Stef Verstraaten
    With contributions by Clemens Verhoeven and Jacobus Trijsburg
    Text in both English and Dutch 38.5 x 29.5 cm, 240 pages, 167 full-color photographs

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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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  • Edge of Empire

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    Edge of Empire - Rome's Frontier on the Lower Rhine

    • More than 100 photos
    • 14 full-color maps
    • Original artwork by Graham Sumner, Johnny Shumate and José Antonio German
    • 188 pages
    • Hardback
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    €19.95

  • 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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    €75.00

  • De Ruyter: Dutch Admiral

    Was Michiel de Ruyter the greatest sea commander who ever lived? Or simply the greatest sea-commander of the 17th century?
    Some people see him as the man who saved the Dutch Republic, and ensured its independence. He knew how to fight a sea-battle on the grandest scale. He could also haggle like a canny Dutch merchant, achieving the release of Hungarian clergymen from Spanish captivity and that of Dutch sailors from barbarian imprisonment. Louis XIV, often his opponent, called him 'a man who did honour to humanity'.
    In this book, nine leading historical authorities, from seven different countries, examine his astonishing career.

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    €70.00

  • The Battle of Marathon: Special

    Ancient Warfare Special 3: 'The Battle of Marathon' revolves around the climactic battle of the first Graeco-Persian War. 100 Pages of Ancient Warfare dedicated to a single theme, written by experts, illustrated with dozens of maps, photographs and original artwork. Learn More

    €14.95

  • The Roman Imperial Centuria: Special

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    Ancient Warfare Special 2: 'The Roman Imperial Centuria'. Learn More
    €14.95

  • The Varian Disaster: Special

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    Ancient Warfare Special issue: The Varian Disaster

    Vare, Vare, redde mihi legiones meas! Augustus is supposed to have wandered through the halls of the Imperial palace calling on Varus to give him back the legions destroyed in the 'Teutoburg Forest' in AD 9. This Special is entirely dedicated to that campaign.

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