The Medieval Castle: Life in a Fortress in Peace and War

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Taplinger Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1971 - Architecture, Medieval - 262 pages
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Contents

Why Castles were Evolved
5
The Precursors of the Castle
15
The Motte and Bailey Castle
29
Copyright

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About the author (1971)

Philip Warner left Cambridge in 1939 and joined the Army at the outbreak of war. He served until 1945, mainly in the Far East. Subsequently, he became Assistant-Principal in H.M. Treasury, lectured for the British Council in Spain, and is now a Senior Lecturer at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. He is well known as a military historian and among his published works are ‘ Sieges of the Medieval Ages’ , ‘ The Medieval Castle’ and ‘ The S.A.S. 1941-71’ . He is also author of all the titles in Osprey’ s ‘ British Battlefields’ series.

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