Written by Hugh Soar, one of the world's foremost authorities on the English Longbow, this book delivers an interesting, informative and absorbing account of the Longbowman and his battles.
It discusses over 35 battles, skirmishes and ambuscades and is illustrated with black and white sketches by German artist, Wolfgang Bartl, colour paintings by military historical artist, Paul Hitchins, and colour photographs by Glade Editor, Ted Bradford.
The book is essential reading for any archer and is highly sought after by both amateur historians and archery aficionados.
This easy-to-read book is one that should be added to the bookshelves of all keen historians, whether archers or not. 230 pages plus foreward, glossary and index.