Medieval Warfare V.3

Medieval Warfare V.3 with The Yorkist Triumph

Thanks to luck, superior leadership and a strong populist following, the House of York had much initial success in the Wars of the Roses.

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Medieval Warfare V.3

Theme: The Yorkist Triumph

  • Theme – Erich Anderson,’Historical introduction – The rise and fall of Queen Margaret’.
  • Theme – Andrew Lavoie, ‘William Neville – A war-captain of the house of York’.
  • Theme/The Source – Mike Ingram, ‘The Battle of Northampton’.
  • Theme – David Santiuste, ‘Son of York – The military career of Edward IV’.
  • Theme – Sidney Dean, ‘The Battle of Towton’.
  • Theme – Patrick Baker, ‘Sanctuary and fortress – Calais and the triumph of the Yorkists’.
  • Theme – Gareth Williams, ‘The Welsh Robin Hood and Denbigh Castle’.

Features:

  • The Weapon – Brian Price, ‘The poleaxe – The assault weapon of the fifteenth century’.
  • Special – James Gilmer, ‘The Hashashin’.
  • Special – Nicolas Whaley, ‘Freydis Eiriksdottir – The courageous and cruel daughter of Eric the Red’.
Additional Info
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Manufacturer Karwansaray BV
Digital product No
Free shipping on entire order No
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Excellent product overall.
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Original art very fine. Reproduction of art in the margins rates only two stars as it was to small to be understood (i.e. "what is it?") Center art of the battle of archers, while trying to illustrate weather, was unsatisfactory in technique (looked muddy rather than foggy). Therefore I feel space wasted on the center art would have been better used to increase the size of the medieval reproduction art.
(Asterisks usually refer to footnotes. Yet, the three asterisks on this page refer us to nothing.)
Review by DJ (Posted on 6/23/2015)
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