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The Fall of English France 1449-53

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Informationen zum Autor David Nicolle, illustrated by Graham Turner Klappentext Despite the great English victories at Crécy, Poitiers and Agincourt, the French eventually triumphed in the Hundred Years War. This book examines the last campaign of the war, covering the great battles at Formigny in 1450 and Castillon in 1453, both of which hold an interesting place in military history. The battle of Fornigny saw French cavalry defeat English archers in a reverse of those earlier English victories, while Castillon became the first great success for gunpowder artillery in fixed positions. Finally, the book explains how the seemingly unmartial King Charles VII of France all but drove the English into the sea, succeeding where so many of his predecessors had failed.A highly illustrated account of the defeat of the English Kingdom in France at the battles of Formigny (1450) and Castillon (1453). Zusammenfassung "The Fall of English France 1449-53". Inhaltsverzeichnis Origins of the campaign /Chronology /Opposing commanders /Opposing armies /Orders of battle /Opposing plans /The campaign /Aftermath /The battlefield today /Further reading /Index

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Authors David Nicolle
Assisted by Graham Turner (Illustration)
Publisher Osprey Publishers
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 20.02.2012
 
EAN 9781849086165
ISBN 978-1-84908-616-5
No. of pages 96
Dimensions 185 mm x 249 mm x 9 mm
Series Campaign series
Campaign
Print on Demand
Campaign
Campaign series
Subjects Non-fiction book

HISTORY / Europe / France, HISTORY / Military / Wars & Conflicts (Other), Warfare & defence

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