- Hales — Islamic and Oriental Arms and Armour March 11, 2014
- Venning – Alternative… Anglo-Saxon Age November 3, 2013
- Nicolle — The Fall of English France 1449-1453 October 29, 2013
- Carey/Allfree/Cairns — Warfare in the Medieval World October 29, 2013
- Bachrach — Warfare in 10C Germany October 29, 2013
- King & Simpkin — England and Scotland at War October 29, 2013
- Trigg — Shame and Honor [TMR] October 29, 2013
- Bom — Women in the Military Orders of the Crusades [TMR] October 29, 2013
- Nicolle — European Medieval Tactics (2) October 29, 2013
- Turbull, Toyotomi Hideyoshi October 29, 2013
- Capwell — The Noble Art of the Sword (Mondschein) July 13, 2013
- Potter — Monarchs of the Renaissance (Albright) July 13, 2013
|Early Medieval||Crusades and the Military Orders|
|Late Medieval/Renaissance||Italy, Spain, & The Mediterranean|
|France and Low Countries||
|British Isles and the North Sea World||
|Eastern & Non-European||
|Full list of pre-2012 reviews: Alphabetical by Author
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DRM Books Available for Review
Links here are to the publisher’s website for the book, if available. *book not yet arrived from the publisher.
- Susan Curran, The English Friend, illustrated by Susan Curran and Mike Dixon (Lasse Press, 2007), 304pp. — Available to the reviewer as PDF or Kindle edition.
- Keith Durham, Strongholds of the Border Reivers: Fortifications of the Anglo-Scottish Border 1296-1603, Fortress 70 (Osprey, 2008), 64pp.
- Christopher Matthew, A Storm of Spears: Understanding the Greek Hoplite at War (Pen & Sword, 2012), 336pp.
- Jeff Champion, The Tyrants fo Syracuse: War in Ancient Sicily, vol. II, 367-211BC (Pen & Sword, 2012), 272pp.
- Catherine Nall, Reading and War in Fifteenth-Century England: from Lydgate to Mallory (Boydell and Brewer, 2012), 198pp.
- David S. Bachrach (trans.), Warfare and Politics in Medieval German, ca.1000. On the Variety of Our Times by Alpert of Metz (PIMS, 20012)
- Aldo Schiavone, Spartacus, trans. Jeremy Carden (Harvard Univ. Press, 2013), 171pp.
- Kathleen Forni, Chaucer’s Afterlife: Adaptations in Recent Popular Culture (McFarland, 2013), 176pp.
- Sue Parrill and William B. Robison, The Tudors on Film and Television (McFarland, 2013), 352pp.
- Bob Carruthers (ed.), War in Ancient Greece, Military History from Primary Sources (Pen & Sword, 2013), 576pp.
- Christopher Matthew and Matthew Trundle (eds.), Beyond the Gates of Fire: New Perspectives on the Battle of Thermopolyae (Pen & Sword 2013), 228pp.
- John Baker and Stuart Brookes, Beyond the Burghal Hidage: Anglo-Saxon Civil Defence in the Viking Age, History of Warfare 84 (Brill, 2012), 498pp.
- Bernard S. Bachrach, Charlemagne’s Early Campaigns (768-777): A Diplomatic and Military Analysis, HW 82 (Brill 2013), 768pp.
- Richard Barber, Edward III and the Triumph of England (Allen Lane, 2013), 649pp.
- Michael N. Salda, Arthurian Animation: A Study of Cartoon Camelots on Film and Television (McFarland, 2013), 220pp.
- Hunt Janin with Ursula Carlson, Mercenaries in Medieval and Renaissance Europe (McFarland, 2013), 220pp.
- L.J. Andrew Villalon and Donald J. Kagay (eds.), The Hundred Years War (Part III): Further Considerations, HW 85 (Brill, 2013), 608pp.
- F.R.I. Burns, Warrior Neighbours: Crusader Valencia in its International Context, Collected Essays of Father Robert I. Burns, SJ, ed. by M.E. Perry, Brepols Collected Essays in European Culture (BCEEC) 2 (Brepols, 2013), 387pp.
- John Baker, Stuart Brookes, and Andrew Reynolds, Landscapes of Defense in Early Medieval Europe, SEM 28 (Brepols, 2013), 383pp.
- James Grant, Renaissance Warfare, ed. by Bob Carutthers (Pen & Sword/Coda Books, 2013), 224 pp.
- Steven Biddlecombe (ed.), The Historia Ierosolimitana of Baldric of Bourgueil (Boydell, 2014), 153pp.
- Richard Barber, Edward III and the Triumph of England (Allen Lane, 2013), 650pp.
Information for Publishers
If you have books that you would like reviewed by De Re Militari, please contact the book review editor at:
We welcome books on all aspects of military history and science from late Roman to Early Modern (c.400-1648).
Unsolicited review copies are most welcome, but we cannot guarantee that all we receive will generate a review, although we certainly do try to review all books that come in. If you would like to send a list of books available for review, we will endeavor to find a reviewer and then contact you to send the book directly. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the book review editor at <email@example.com>.
|Steven Walton, DRM book review editor
Department of Social Sciences
Michigan Technological University
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