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The Crooked Stick: A History of the Longbow (Weapons in History)
by Hugh D. H. Soar

"Spendidly enthusiastic. . . . Soar's book is indispensable."—Bernard Cornwell"A fascinating study of a forgotten weapon. . . . For centuries the longbow dominated battle, affecting the fates of nations" - Wall Street Journal"Bowyers, bowhunters, target archers and students of archery history should all find cause for celebration with Hugh Soar's concise but authoritative text." - Traditional BowhunterOn a clear July morning in 1346, a small force approached the walls of Caen ...



Our Price: $19.89
List Price: $24.95

Edition: Hardcover

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