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Cultural Representation and the Practice of War in the Middle Ages

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Cultural Representation and the Practice of War in the Middle Ages

By Richard Abels

Journal of Medieval Military History, Vol.6 (2008)

Introduction: Several years ago I was inspired by John Keegan’s provocative book A History of Warfare (1993) to ask my students on their final exam to assess whether medieval warfare was “Clausewitzian.” Over the years this evolved into a much broader question that required the students to weigh the merits of two competing approaches to the study of medieval warfare.


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