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Naval service and the Cinque Ports, 1322-1453

Naval service and the Cinque Ports, 1322-1453
Naval service and the Cinque Ports, 1322-1453
This chapter takes the Cinque Ports as a case study to argue that the naval dimension of the Hundred Years War has been misunderstood by historians. In particular it argues for a need to re-think the way the Hundred Years War was fought after 1369.
naval, logistics, Hundred Years War
211-236
Boydell Press
Lambert, Craig
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Baker, Gary Paul
Lambert, Craig Lee
Simpkin, David
Lambert, Craig
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Baker, Gary Paul
Lambert, Craig Lee
Simpkin, David

Lambert, Craig (2018) Naval service and the Cinque Ports, 1322-1453. In, Baker, Gary Paul, Lambert, Craig Lee and Simpkin, David (eds.) Military Communities in Late Medieval England : Essays in Honour of Andrew Ayton. (Warfare in History) Woodbridge. Boydell Press, pp. 211-236.

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Abstract

This chapter takes the Cinque Ports as a case study to argue that the naval dimension of the Hundred Years War has been misunderstood by historians. In particular it argues for a need to re-think the way the Hundred Years War was fought after 1369.

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Published date: May 2018
Keywords: naval, logistics, Hundred Years War

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Local EPrints ID: 420934
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/420934
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Date deposited: 18 May 2018 16:30
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 18:30

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