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David Nicolle , Gerry Embleton
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22 avril 2014 Men-at-Arms (Livre 494)
The famous but largely unchronicled Hanseatic League (or simple "the Hanse/Hansa") was a Tuetonic German commercial and defensive federation of merchant guilds based in harbor towns along the North Sea and Baltic coasts of what are now Germany and her neighbors, which eventually dominated maritime trade in Northern Europe and spread its influence much further afield. The League was formed to protect the economic and political interests of member cities throughout a vast and complex trading network. While most members remained basically subject to the local rulers who profited from their prosperity, in a sense the League might be seen as foreshadowing today's ambiguous relationship between global corporations and political nation states.

The League continued to operate well into the 17th century, but its golden age was between c. 1200 and c. 1500; thereafter it failed to take full advantage of the wave of maritime exploration to the west, south and east of Europe. During its 300 years of dominance the League's large ships - called "cogs" - were at the forefront of maritime technology, were early users of cannon, and were manned by strong fighting crews to defend them from pirates in both open-sea and river warfare. The home cities raised their own armies for mutual defence, and their riches both allowed them, and required them, to invest in fortifications and gunpowder weapons, since as very attractive targets they were subjected to sieges at various times.

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David Nicolle, born in 1944, worked in the BBC's Arabic service for a number of years before gaining an MA from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, and a doctorate from Edinburgh University. He has written numerous books and articles on medieval and Islamic warfare, and has been a prolific author of Osprey titles for many years. The author lives in Leicestershire, UK.

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  • Broché: 48 pages
  • Editeur : Osprey Publishing (22 avril 2014)
  • Collection : Men-at-Arms
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1782007792
  • ISBN-13: 978-1782007791
  • Dimensions du produit: 24,2 x 18 x 0,6 cm
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Le Men at Arms n°494, intitulé « Forces of the Hanseatic League, 13th to 15th centuries », signé David Nicolle, nous transporte sur les rivages austères de la Mer du Nord et de la Baltique.

L'auteur nous raconte l'histoire de la Ligue hanséatique et des nombreuses guerres qu'elle a engagées contre les Scandinaves ou les Anglais, ainsi que son rôle commercial, en appui des entreprises de colonisation allemandes vers l'est de l'Europe. Ce volume original, est magnifiquement illustré par Gerry & Sam Embleton.

Le texte de David Nicolle est solide, synthétique et précis. Il permet une bonne approche globale d'un sujet très peu traité par des publications récentes en français.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 la ligue hanséatique 17 mai 2014
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la ligue hanséatique... symbole de richesse et de grandeur de l'allemagne, pologne, pays balte et scandinavie... une armée était nécessaire pour protéger ses richesse... voici l'histoire militaire de la hanse... a lire absolument..
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 The German Hansa 24 avril 2014
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This was a very interesting subject to choose, if only because the Hanseatic League of (mostly) German-speaking towns and cities of Northern Europe (and not only those in actual Germany) lasted some three hundred years and was the powerful guild of merchants and traders during the Middle Ages in Western Europe. It is therefore that much more disappointing to see it so poorly treated.

The topic covered is of interest because there is not a great deal published in English on the topic and what little there is often made of reprints of older books translated into English, such as Dollinger’s “The German Hansa” (1970), listed by David Nicolle in his little bibliography and which was first published in French (and is atrociously expensive!) or Helen Zimmern’s “The Hansa Towns”, which was initially published over a century ago and was translated from German. Somewhat curiously, David Nicolle did not list this latter title and also omitted a couple of more recent publications in English which could have helped readers “looking for more” (and which I have listed at the end of the review). Instead, he lists some 22 references in German. While this high number is unsurprising, these references will hardly be helpful for any English reader that does not also read German.

My second issue with this volume is however more important. This publication is titled “Forces of the Hanseatic League”. Alongside to descriptions about troop types, I was expecting to get some idea of the numbers involved, at least for some of the major cities of the League. There is not a single number or indication about the effectives that, say, Lûbeck or Bremen, or even the whole League mobilised, neither is there the slightest indication of how many ships the League was either able or effectively did put at sea. Accordingly, the whole discussion on types of troops (crossbowmen etc…) and ships, while somewhat interesting, is rather generic and bland.

A third issue is that the few examples of battles in which the forces of the Hanseatic League were engaged are only mentioned in passing and in no more than a couple of lines for each of them. Few, if any, indications are given on the size of the opposing forces, with the author content to state that these were mostly small scale or, when mentioning warfare at sea against pirates, that it was “exceptionally ruthless and brutal” and that no prisoners were taken on either side. There is, for instance, a case when the author mentions a heavy defeat of the Hansa, mentioning that its “whole fleet” was captured during a war against Denmark, with the author mentioning that some 200 were killed and four times more wounded. The problem here is that the reader has not idea of the size of this “whole fleet”. Even the piece on the organisation of the Hansa’s Assembly and command is defective with the author mentioning that it was simple because based on ship ownership and that the League could “assemble substantial naval squadrons at agreed times and places” without providing any further precision.

In fact, the two pieces I preferred were the plates and the description of ship types (which is well-supported by one of the plates), although some of the plates and the section on ship types also have their problems. Regarding the later, the absence of any ship quantification at any point in time of the League’s long history is a significant issue. Regarding the former, Plate E is perhaps a good example of what can be expected. The illustration shows three mercenaries and crewmen of one of the League’s ships under attack from Baltic pirates (which you do not see) “in stormy weather late in the season.” One issue is that I do not know to what extent such an attack is even plausible, given the weather conditions. A second issue is that, because of these conditions, it would be somewhat problematic for the Mecklemburg man-at-arms and mercenary to wear his full gear including a full bascinet, a brigantine worn over a mail shirt, a pair gauntlets and complete plate leg defences, all this on a wet deck, under the pouring rain and in the middle of a storm. Finally, the Mecklemburg mercenary is shown with the visor of his helmet down and holding, halberd in his hand and standing on the ship’s slippery deck. Does this sound even barely plausible?

Two - somewhat generous - stars, mainly because I liked most of the plates.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Super overview of an odd subject 29 mai 2014
Par David Kelly - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Hanse league of free trading cities and the Holy Roman Empire baffled me in High School. This is a great primer of the mega politics and character of equipments of this dynamic period in European history.

Excellent illustrations and a necessary list of citations to find out more.

Very nice addition to my Ospreys.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 27 août 2014
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hanseatic Leagure 22 avril 2014
Par William B Hines - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Ok this Osprey is a very interesting one to have in my collection. I am just starting to get interested in the middle ages and Knights. The only problem was that the back cover page had been bent. Other wise the inside was great. I am pleased with it all away around
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