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The Battle of Crecy By Rupert Matthews

The Battle of Crecy by Rupert Matthews

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The Battle of Crecy

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The Battle of Crecy: A Campaign in Context by Rupert Matthews

Celebrated history author Rupert Matthews brings his own inimitable approach to one of the greatest battles in history to explain just what happened and why. Crecy changed everything. The French army, by far the most powerful in Christendom, was routed by men from an obscure northern island. The author has the ability, crucially, to get inside the opposing commanders' heads and explain their actions.

About Rupert Matthews

Rupert Matthews is a professional historian with over 150 books, articles and other publications to his name, including The Battle of Thermopylae: A Campaign in Context for Spellmount. To study the Crecy campaign, Rupert spent much time on the battlefields that had such an impact on events. He handled replica weapons in order to consider their use in the tactical formations of the time. Rupert lives in Surrey.

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The Battle of Crecy: A Campaign in Context by Rupert Matthews
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The History Press Ltd
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