The newest issue of Medieval Warfare hits the magazine shelves on July 31st. The theme for this issue is The Burgundian Wars (1474-1477)
Articles on The Burgundian Wars include:
- Jean-Claude Brunner, ‘Historical introduction – Je lay emprins’.
- Gabriele Esposito, ‘Tactical organization and structure – Forming the Burgundian lance’.
- Robert Holmes, ‘Swiss forces of the Burgundian Wars – “The first true infantry”‘.
- Gareth Williams, ‘Charles the Bold and the Siege of Neuss – Fools rush in’.
- Matthew Beazley, ‘Burgundian blunder at Concise – The Battle of Grandson’.
- Sidney Dean, ‘End game for Charles the Bold – The Battle of Nancy’.
- Jean-Claude Brunner, ‘Documenting the participants – Bernese at Morat’.
Other Features in this issue include:
- Gareth Williams, ‘Countering the armoured opponent – The mace’.
- Gregory Liebau, ‘Legendary duels of Ywain and Tristan – An epic legacy’.
- Ray Cavanaugh, ‘The wild times of Egil Skallagrímsson – Shakespeare of slaughter’.
Visit the Medieval Warfare magazine website for more details