Medieval Warfare Blog

  • Researching military history: An Interview with Clifford Rogers

    Our latest episode of the Medieval Warfare Podcast features an interview with Clifford J. Rogers, professor of history at the United States Military Academy at West Point. We talk about researching the bigger topics in military history, as well as his research on the Hundred Years' War. Read more
  • How not to invade a country: The Battle of Posada

    “When you leave your own country behind, and take your army across neighborhood territory, you find yourself on critical ground.” - Sun Tzu in The Art of War. Read more
  • What's new in research on medieval military history

    It's a good time to catch up on the latest research in the field of medieval military history - here are eight articles published in academic journals so far in 2019. All of them deal warfare in large or small part. A few are also Open Access, but the others you would have to pay for to read.  Read more
  • Inside the pages of Issue IX-1

    As we started the ninth year of Medieval Warfare, we were looking for ways to improve the magazine. We try to get as much feedback as we can from our readers, and consistently we keep hearing from you that you would like to see articles that go more in-depth and more diversity. Read more
  • A knight from the British museum

    Last year I had the opportunity to attend a special exhibition about the Middle Ages at the Canadian Museum of History. One particular artefact caught... Read more
  • Coming soon to Medieval Warfare magazine!

    We want to give you a little preview of what you can find in upcoming issues of Medieval Warfare. Read more
  • John Keegan on the Battle of Agincourt

    One of the first books I remembering reading about medieval warfare was The Face of Battle by John Keegan. I didn’t realize it at the time, but this book has been very big influence on the writing of military history. Read more
  • Edward I’s Invasion of Wales, according to the Chronicle of Six Ages of the World

    Elis Gruffydd describes the English invasion of Wales in 1282-3 and the death of the Welsh Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd. Read more
  • The Warrior Abbot

    William Thorne’s Chronicle of St. Augustine’s monastery in Canterbury offers an interesting story in the year 1377. The chronicler explains with the recent death of... Read more
  • Remembering the Seventh Crusade 130 years later

    I find it interesting to see how history evolves into legend - with the passing of time events get changed into new stories, which also... Read more

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