De Re Militari is pleased to present reviews and notices of recent work on medieval military history, whether new books, journal articles, or scholarly appearances in media.
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Craig M Nakashian
Book Review Editor
Texas A&M University-Texarkana
- Hans Lecküchner, The Art of Swordsmanship (Hester) November 19, 2015
- Chris Peers, Genghis Khan and the Mongol War Machine (Goodrich) November 2, 2015
- Richard Kirwan and Sophie Mullins (eds), Specialist Markets in the Early Modern Book World (Ditcham) October 20, 2015
- Rory Cox, John Wyclif on War and Peace (Smith) October 13, 2015
- Terry Breverton, Jasper Tudor: Dynasty Maker (Albright) October 9, 2015
- Rhys Morgan, The Welsh and the Shaping of Early Modern Ireland 1558-1641 (de Mesa) September 8, 2015
- Michael Mallett, Mercenaries and their Masters: Warfare in Renaissance Italy (Albright) September 4, 2015
- Hunt Janin with Ursula Carson, Mercenaries in Medieval and Renaissance Europe (Fields) August 31, 2015
- Martin J. Dougherty, The Wars Of The Roses: The Conflict That Inspired Game Of Thrones (Albright) August 27, 2015
- Ian Stuart Kelly, Echoes of Success: Identity and the Highland Regiments (Ditcham) August 10, 2015
- Christine Shaw, Barons and Castellans: The Military Nobility of Renaissance Italy (Sposato) June 8, 2015
- Laura Ashe and Ian Patterson, War and Literature (Claussen) May 27, 2015
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|Late Medieval/Renaissance||Italy, Spain, & The Mediterranean|
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|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.
- Desperta Ferro Antigua y Medieval n.º32: La Guerra de los Cien Años (Note- this is a popular magazine about the Middle Ages; Spanish reading ability required)
- Charles D Stanton, Medieval Maritime Warfare (Pen & Sword, 2015), 368 pp.
- Hospitaller Piety and Crusader Propaganda, eds. Theresa M. Vann and Donald J. Kagay (Ashgate, 2015), 394 pp.
- John D. Grainger, The British Navy in the Baltic (Boydell, 2014), 304 pp.
- Timothy Venning, An Alternative History of Britain: The English Civil War (Pen & Sword, 2015), 258 pp.
- Toni Mount, Dragon’s Blood & Willow Bark: The Mysteries of Medieval Medicine (Amberley, 2015), 304 pp.
- Terry Breverton, Richard III: The King in the Car Park (Amberley, 2015), 315 pp.
- Royal Jousts at the End of the Fourteenth Century, tr. and ed. by Steven Muhlberger (Freelance Academy Press, 2012), 100 pp.
- The Combat of the Thirty, tr. and ed. by Steven Muhlberger (Freelance Academy Press, 2012), 83 pp.
- The Twelve of England, tr. and ed. by Noel Fallows (Freelance Academy Press, 2013), 106 pp.
- Scott Lomax, Nottingham: The Buried Past of a Historic City Revealed (Pen & Sword, 2013), 192 pp.
- 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.
- 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.
- Michael N. Salda, Arthurian Animation: A Study of Cartoon Camelots on Film and Television (McFarland, 2013), 220pp.