Books on strategy, tactics, etc for a 15th C. Soldier
- Gentles of the List,
For a literate late-15th C. Man at Arms who wished to study military
history to learn his trade, with a view to commanding, - what writings
concerning the Arts of War would have been available for him to study?
I already know of Froissart, Chandos, Vegetius, Tacitus, and Julius
Caesar's "de bello Gallico".
I would welcome referrals to other, pre-1490's authors who wrote
concerning either their own past campaigns - or the arts of war in
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