In Hussite Warfare, Querengässer and Lunyakov look at the history of the Hussite wars and especially the armies, equipment and tactics used during that conflict in the first half of the fifteenth century.
- Written by Alexander Querengässer and Sascha Lunyakov, translated by Richard L. Sanders
- 64 illustrations, 10 maps, 18 plates painted by Sascha Lunyakov
- ISBN: 978-3-96360-017-3
- full-color softback
- 144 pages
- Published by Zeughaus Verlag
With the outbreak of the Hussite Revolution in 1419, Bohemia found itself opposed by a superior force of European crusader armies. German knighthood was experiencing its last heyday. But the Bohemian heretics’ army, under the leadership of energetic commanders like Jan Ziska, developed tactics with which they won one battle after another.
The employment of the defensive Wagenburg ("wagon castle") and intensive use of the first cannon as field artillery brought them many successes. The Hussites were the first soldiers since Roman times to employ all the available branches in coordination on the battlefield. This book highlights not just the history of the conflicts, but also the weapons and military branches, organization and tactics of the Hussite armies.
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