“Published when he was still an undergrad at Oxford, this title is the definitive guide to war in the middle ages. Spaning the time frame of 378 AD to 1515. Or, from the Vikings to the beginning of the Renaissance. Charles Oman weaves a wonderful tale of war and concurring, of the death of the pagan gods and the coming of Christianity. A must read for all history buffs, even mentioned in Dan Carlin’s podcast, “Twilight of the Aesir”. The Art of War in the Middle Ages by Charles Oman is a book of medieval military chronicles first published in in 1885 England. A true book of worth, a classic that lives in an era of timeless distinction. Early books emit an excellence unlike any from modern times. You will not be dissatisfied with these works, a military history novel at their finest. A Look Inside "In France those absurd perversions of the art of war which covered themselves under the name of chivalry were more omnipotent than in any other country of Europe. The strength of the armies of Philip and John of Valois was composed of a fiery and undisciplined aristocracy which imagined itself to be the most efficient military force in the world, but which was in reality little removed from an armed mob." Charles William Chadwick Oman About the Book Charles Oman's book "The Art of War in the Middle Ages: A.D. 378-1515" From the Battle of Adrianople in 378 A.D. until the Battle of Marignano in 1515 A.D., this book provides a thorough history of medieval warfare. It offers insightful knowledge on this era's military tactics, strategy, and art. A Stunning Reproduction At Van Isle Publishing, we take every step possible to ensure the original integrity of this book has been upheld to its highest standard. This means that the texts in this story are unedited and unchanged from the original authors publication, preserving its earliest form for your indulgence. This title is one of the best war books, of all time, words strung together with such romantic precision, a history of medieval warfare that you just do not see in the modern age. This title will make an excellent gift to the classic history of war buff in your life or a fantastic addition to your current collection. We are ready to ship this book off to you today at lightning speed, so you will find yourself indulging in this title without delay. Books Specifics ● Original 1885 Text ● Military Art and Science Annotated Content • Historical Context • Detailed 19th Century Historical bullet pointed context • With Original Maps and Plans


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