Gustavus v Wallenstein : Military Revolution, Rivalry and Tragedy in the Thirty ...
"By John Pike. 480p. Mint HBK. illus. This book describes the conflict, personal rivalry and contrast in personality, generalship and command, between the two iconic commanders in the Thirty Years War, King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden for the Protestant powers, and Albrecht von Wallenstein, Duke of Friedland. More than just commanders at the tactical level they were statesmen, military organisers and strategists on a continental scale. Both commanders represented the 17th-century 'military revolution in action'"
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