- Lambert — Shipping the Medieval Military March 29, 2013
- Allmand — The De Re Militari of Vegetius [H-Net review] March 24, 2013
- Multi-volume review of books on medieval warfare March 6, 2013
- Nicolle — Cross & Crescent in the Balkans (Goodrich) December 30, 2012
- Pryor and Jeffreys – Age of the Dromon (Fissel) December 30, 2012
- Milliken — Ambiguous Locks (Geldof) December 30, 2012
- Tondro — Superheroes of the Round Table (Cueva) December 30, 2012
- TMR 12.06.10 Bagge, et al., Feudalism (Brown) December 30, 2012
- Santuste — Edward IV and The Wars of the Roses (Fields) December 30, 2012
- Purton — History of the Early Medieval Siege c.450-1220 (Eads) December 30, 2012
- Capwell — The Queen of Weapons (Mondschein) December 30, 2012
- Tonghini — Shayzar I (Kagay) December 30, 2012
|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|
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.
- David Nicolle, The Fourth Crusade 1202-04: The Betrayal of Byzantium, Campaign 237 (Osprey 2011), 96pp.
- 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.
- Adrian Boas, Archaeology of the Military Orders: A Survey of the Urban Centres, Rural Settlements and Castles of the Military Orders in the Latin East (c.1120–1291) (Routledge, 2011), 336pp.
- Ian Hughes, Aetius: Atilla’s Nemesis (Pen & Sword, 2012), 304pp.
- Brian Todd Carey, Joshua B. Allfree, and John Cairns, Road to Manzikert: Byzantine and Islamic Warfare 527-1071 (Penn & Sword, 2012), 224pp.
- 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.
- Chris Peers, Offa and the Mercian Wars: The Rise and Fall of the First Great English Kingdom (Pen & Sword, 2012), 256pp.
- Jared Kirby (ed.), Italian Rapier Combat: Capo Ferro’ s ‘Gran Sialcro’ (frontline, 2012), 148pp.
- Ignacio and Iván Notario López, The Spanish Tercios 1536-1704, Men-at-Arms 481 (Osprey, 2012), 48pp.
- Catherine Nall, Reading and War in Fifteenth-Century England: from Lydgate to Mallory (Boydell and Brewer, 2012), 198pp.
- David S. Bachrach, Warfare in Tenth-Century Germany (Boydell, 2012), 324 pp.
- David S. Bachrach (trans.), Warfare and Politics in Medieval German, ca.1000. On the Variety of Our Times by Alpert of Metz (PIMS, 20012)
- Bernard S. Bachrach, Charlemagne’s Early Campaigns (768-777), History of Warfare 82 (Brill 2013), 768pp.
- Timothy Venning, An Alternative History of Britain: The Anglo-Saxon Age (Pen & Sword, 2013), 224pp.
- Timothy Venning, An Alternative History of Britain: The Hundred Years War (Pen & Sword, 2013), 228pp.
- Aldo Schiavone, Spartacus, trans. Jeremy Carden (Harvard Univ. Press, 2013), 171pp.
- Kathleen Forni, Chaucer’s Afterlife: Adaptations in Recent Popular Culture (McFarland, 2013), 176pp.
- Tim Rayborn, The Violent Pilgrimage: Christians, Muslims, and Holy Conflicts, 850-1150 (McFarland 2013), 232pp.
- Sue Parrill and William B. Robison, The Tudors on Film and Television (McFarland, 2013), 352pp.
- Bob Carruthers, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Illustrated and Annotated (Coda/Pen & Sword, 2011), 372pp.
- James Waterson, Defending Heaven: China’s Mongol Wars 1209-1370 (London: Frontline Books, 2013), 136pp2
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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