Medieval Warfare IX.4 with Lancastrian revenge: Edward IV defends his throne
Edward IV, Margaret of Anjou, and Warwick the Kingmaker fight for power, and England faces three battles in 1471.
Theme: Lancastrian revenge: Edward IV defends his throne
Danièle Cybulskie, 'The early years of Edward IV's reign (1461-1470) - Two kings, two queens, and a kingmaker'.
Devin Fields, 'Barnet, Tewkesbury, and London - The year of three battles'.
Helen J. Nicholson, 'Sybil of Jerusalem as military leader - Defending Jerusalem'.
Laura Harrison, 'The myth of William Wallace's longsword - Needing a bigger blade'.
Randall Moffett, '"An incessant discharge of arrows" - The English archer'.
Kay Smith and Ruth R. Brown, 'To strike "the brains out of his head" - The pollaxe'.
Michael Edward Stewart, 'The assassinations of Aëtius, Valentinian III, and Aspar - Violent death in the shadows of the fall'.
Leszek Gardela, 'Viking elites from Myklebostad, Norway - Lords of the fjords'.
Peter Konieczny, 'Top ten peace treaties of the middle ages - Medieval diplomacy'.
Murray Dahm, 'Medieval Russia on film, part II - Alexander Nevsky'.
...and much much more!