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Campaigns of the Norman . The short and crisp introduction is particularly good, showing that the Norman Conquest of England did not stop with the hard fought victory at Hastings in October 1066 nor with William of Normandy's crowing as king the following December. At least six further years of hard campaigning were necessary.
This book provides a full introduction to the Norman Conquest, an event which resulted . Matthew Bennett, MA FSA RHistS. Osprey Essential Histories (1 - 10 of 76 books). Books by Matthew Bennett.
This book provides a full introduction to the Norman Conquest, an event which resulted in dramatic changes to the nation's aristocracy, church and administration. Matthew is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries (London) and of the Royal Historical Society. Mor. rivia About Campaigns of the.
Osprey Essential Histories SeriesMatthew Bennett. This book is a short, crisp summary of the events leading up to the Norman Conquest and the campaigns King William had to undertake to hold onto England. The Crusades (Essential Histories). The invasion and Battle of Hastings are given a brief treatment. This is followed by the various campaigns from 1066 until 1080.
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26 Colour & 25 B&W Illustrations. Matthew Bennett is a Senior Lecturer at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst and a specialist in medieval military history. Country of Publication. Campaigns of the Norman Conquest by Matthew Bennett (Paperback, 2001). This profound impact was not brought about as the result of a single battle and it took a five-year war for William to establish control over his new kingdom.
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Matthew Bennett (born 1954) is a historian specialising in Medieval warfare. Campaigns of the Norman Conquest. ISBN 978-1-84176-228-9. He has recently retired from the post of Senior Lecturer in the Department of Communication and Applied Behavioural Science at The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, UK, where he taught since 1984. He holds a degree in History and an MA in Medieval History from King's College, London, where he studied under R. Allen Brown, and is a fellow of both the Society of Antiquaries and the Royal Historical Society. In 2011 he was awarded a PhD By Means of Published Works by the University of Northampton.
This book provides a full introduction to the Norman Conquest, an event which resulted in dramatic . The campaigns are studied in detail, with maps showing how William's energy and strategic intelligence enabled him to defeat his formidable.