9781852850869   Product Code: 35600
The Anglo-French conflict of the later middle ages had a profound impact on politics, government and society on both sides of the English Channel. The cost of the war was a key political issue, and the instability of Richard II's reign was in part a consequence of problems generated by war. The 11 essays in this volume offer a detailed insight into the planning of English campaigns in France in the late 14th century and into the structure and financing of the English armies and navies. Edited by Anthony Tuck.