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|Brian G.H. Ditcham|
|List Affiliations:||Former Review Editor for H-War
Reviewer for H-German
Medieval Warfare Slightly Out Of Focus
Cutting "Old Fritz" Down To Size?
Just Cogs in the Military Machine?
Living through War in Late Medieval Germany
A Hobbesian Society in Seventeenth-Century North Germany?
Numbering the Habsburg Lands
The Crusades through Eastern Christian Eyes
The Saxon Soldier in War and Peace
Crusading from the Perspective of the Participants
A Very Short (and Dated) Overview of European Warfare
All's Fair in Love and (Medieval) War?
At the Sharp End of Culture Wars?
War, Students, and Masculinity
Crusading for Beginners
The War's Long Shadow
|Interests:||European History / Studies
Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies
MA St Andrews in Medieval History, Ph. D Edinburgh, thesis on the employment of foreign mercenary troops in the French royal army 1415-75 (now published on line at De Re Militari website. Published article derived from this research in "War, Society and Religion in France c 1350-c 1550" ed CT Allmand Boydell Press 1989, also article entitled "The Feudal Mllenium" in Medieval History III. Regular reviewer for De Re Militari and have reviewed for H-War