Strategy - Medieval Wars Summary & Analysis

Basil Liddell Hart
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Medieval Wars Summary and Analysis

In this chapter the author uses the same instructional tone and predominantly third party, neutral narrative voice as is found throughout the book. He begins the chapter by pointing out that he is making an effort to move through the transition between the ancient period of strategy and modern forms of this.

The most important features of the famous "battles of 1066" are that they were decisive and that they involved successful use of distraction combined with an indirect approach. William of Normandy invaded England during this feudal era. He was joined in this endeavor by two incredibly important allies: one of whom was the Norman King's brother Tostig, and another invader, the King of Norway, who was on a personally led invasion of the Yorkshire Coast.

The attack on the northeastern region of the main island of Britain by...

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