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The West Point History of Warfare:  Medieval

The West Point History of Warfare: Medieval

Authored by: Clifford J. Rogers
Edited by: Clifford J. Rogers, Ty Seidule, and John M. Stapleton, Jr.

The West Point History of Warfare: Medieval is the latest installment of the West Point History of Warfare series. Produced by the U.S. Military Academy in partnership with Rowan Technology, these two new chapters allow readers to experience the Middle Ages like never before, with animated maps, interactive timelines, and other custom-built digital tools.

The West Point History of Warfare: Medieval is easily accessible on Windows, Apple, and Android devices.

Major features include:

  • Animations of the Battles of Hastings, Crécy, and Agincourt
  • Hotspot annotations of an English longbowman and a Norman knight
  • 3D model of Orford Castle
  • Interactive timeline of battles and reigns throughout the Middle Ages
  • Video interview with the author
  • …And more revolutionary educational tools!

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