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By David Nicolle

Even though no longer largely studied within the West, the medieval heritage of south-eastern Europe is either attention-grabbing and complicated. the dominion of Hungary was once an enormous realm, no less than the scale of France, that persisted in the course of the heart a while when the Byzantine Empire used to be much more huge and enduring. The Serbians gained themselves a quick yet huge neighborhood empire within the 14th century; whereas the Bulgarians confirmed an efficient and cultured kingdom. different avid gamers within the complicated Balkan scene integrated the Albanians; Wallachians; Moldavians; Transylvanians; Croatians etc. How did they organise their armies and struggle their wars; and why did they finally fail? This name solutions those questions ably supported by way of a variety of illustrations and 8 color plates.

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