Ian Heath "Armies of the Middle Ages, volume 2 - The Ottoman Empire, Eastern Europe and the Near East, 1300-1500"
Wargames Research Group Publication | 1984 | ISBN нет | 200 pages | PDF | 89 MB
This book could easily have been called 'Armies and Enemies of the Ottoman Empire', since of all the nations or political entities it covers only the peoples of India never came into conflict with the Ottoman Turks during this period. The Balkans receive particular attention, where in the mid-15th century charismatic historical figures such as Scanderbeg, Dracula, and Janos Hunyadi led wonderfully colorful armies against the Turks. Illustrated and described are Albania, Bulgaria, the Byzantine Empire, the Catalan Company, Cilician Armenia, Cyprus, the Sultanate of Delhi, the Golden Horde, the Holy Roman Empire, the Hospitallers, Hungary, the Hussites, Lithuania, the Mamluks, Moldavia, the Morea, Muscovite Russia, the Navarrese Company, the Ottoman Empire, Poland, the Principality of Achaea, Serbia, the Teutonic Knights, the Timurid Empire, Transylvania, the Empire of Trebizond, Venice, Vijayanagar, the White Sheep Turks, and Wallachia.