Reading stack

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  1. For medieval warfare I would recommend Hans Delbruck, a Prussian officer who visited the battlefields and spoke multiple languages(could check the source material himself).
    For Naval warfare, W.L. Rodgers (Naval Warfare in the Greek and Roman Era)

    1. I’ve got the two-volume Medieval Warfare Sourcebook which I find is really useful. Plus a translation of Talhofer, but that’s not really as useful for this particular project.

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