The Military Orders: On land and by sea
Malcolm Barber, Judith Mary Upton-Ward
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - History - 292 pages
The regular conferences on the military orders held in London - together with others which meet in Italy, France and Poland - are expressions of a huge growth in interest in the subject throughout the world. The articles in this volume, a selection of the papers held at the 4th London conference, testify to the quality of the work being done.
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