Scotland & The Border : Where Battles Were Fought, Why They Were Fought, How They Were Won And Lost Volume 4Unknown - 2014
Very few living men have taken part in a battle, and many must wonder how they would acquit themselves if ever they had to. A medieval battle was a very complex affair; it was far from being a simple kill or be killed. It could be won or lost at any stage; it could turn on the action of one man, and it could settle nothing, or alternatively the fate of a nation. But for the majority, when thinking of a battle, the overriding question would be: how would I behave? What would happen to me? Would I emerge unscathed and join in the celebrations, or would I be left wounded on the battlefield waiting for someone to save me, or for some ghoul to finish me off? Would I lose all fear in the excitement? In Volume 4 - Scotland & The Border, Philip Warner, one of Britain's foremost military historians describes the battles from the actual locations they were fought bringing not only a military but a human eye to this chapter in our history.
Publisher: [United States] : Class Warfare : Made available through hoopla, 2014
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Alternative Title: Scotland and the border