Warren Ellis' Crecy

Warren Ellis' Crecy
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Publisher : Avatar Press
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ISBN-10 : 1592910408
ISBN-13 : 9781592910403
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Book Synopsis Warren Ellis' Crecy by : Warren Ellis

Download or read book Warren Ellis' Crecy written by Warren Ellis and published by Avatar Press. This book was released on 2003-07-24 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Vastly outnumbered and surrounded, the English army has to stand and fight against overwhelming French forces in Crecy, France. On August 26, 1346, modern warfare changed forever... and this how it happened. A highly-trained but under-equipped army invades another country due to the perceived threat to home security. The army conducts shock-and-awe raids designed to terrify the populace. This army is soon driven to ground and vastly outnumbered. The English army has to stand and fight in Crecy, France. On August 26, 1346, modern warfare changed forever. This is the story of England's greatest battle, as told by award-winning graphic novelist Warren Ellis.


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