Clash of Empires

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Osprey Publishing, 2011 - Games - 108 pages
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Covering Eastern Europe during the Renaissance, and Western Europe in the latter half of the 16th century, Clash of Empires, the third Field of Glory: Renaissance companion provides aspiring generals with everything they need to command an army of steadfast Janissaries, or the troops of one of the Ottoman Empire's foes. With Osprey artwork, maps, and historical background, Clash of Empires brings to the gaming table the great conflicts between the Cross and the Crescent.
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
4
EARLY OTTOMAN TURKISH
7
HUNGARIAN
13
EARLY VENETIAN COLONIAL
18
WALLACHIAN MOLDAVIANAND TRANSYLVANIAN
21
MAMLUK
23
AQ QOYUNLU TURCOMAN
27
ANATOLIAN EMIRATES
28
KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN
52
SAFAVID PERSIAN
55
EARLY IMPERIAL AUSTRIAN
58
EARLY DANISH
63
VASA SWEDISH
66
COSSACK
71
LATER IMPERIAL AUSTRIAN AND GERMAN STATES
75
EARLY IMPERIAL SPANISH ALLIES
81

TATAR
30
EARLY RUSSIAN
33
EARLY POLISH
39
EARLY LITHUANIAN
45
KALMAR UNION
47
CAUCASIAN STATES
51
POLISHLITHUANIAN COMMONWEALTH
83
LATER OTTOMAN TURKISH
91
EARLY GUSTAVAN SWEDISH
97
APPENDIX 1 USING THE LISTS
102
INDEX
107
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Written by esteemed wargaming experts, including Richard Bodley Scott, former contributor to Wargames Research Group's DBM series.

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