By Graham Cushway
The booklet covers intimately an important sea battles of Edward III's reign - Sluys, Winchelsea and los angeles Rochelle - in addition to raids and naval blockades. It highlights the structures by way of whichships have been introduced into provider and mariners recruited, and explores how those have been resisted through mariners and coastal groups. It additionally tells the tale of the variety of personalities, heroes and villains who stimulated the advance of the military within the reign of Edward III.
GRAHAM CUSHWAY holds a PhD in Maritime background from the collage of Exeter.
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Edward III and the War at Sea: The English Navy, 1327-1377 (Warfare in History) by Graham Cushway