Inter-frontal Cooperation in the Fourteenth Century and Edward III's 1346 Campaign

@article{Harari1999InterfrontalCI,
  title={Inter-frontal Cooperation in the Fourteenth Century and Edward III's 1346 Campaign},
  author={Yuval Harari},
  journal={War in History},
  year={1999},
  volume={6},
  pages={379 - 395}
}
T spatial scale of medieval wars was often as extensive as that of modern ones, and could involve fighting on several fronts hundreds of kilometres apart. For example, during the first two decades of the Hundred Years War the fighting was never limited to a single front, and in 1346 fighting took place in Northern England, Artois, Brittany, Normandy and Gascony. However, it is far from clear whether such simultaneous operations were conducted as parts of a single overall plan. For most of the… Expand

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