History of War


In some respects, the Barons’ Wars were conventionally fought. Commanded by noblemen with an emphasis on cavalry and support by large numbers of foot soldiers, the wars were conducted over a series of battles and sieges. Nevertheless, at their heart was a radical question over how England should be governed that redefined the nature of government. John Sadler reveals how these 13th century wars were fought and their enduring political legacy.

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