The Great Italian Wars and the conflicts on the periphery have been of great interest to me for some years now but never have I had a book that concentrates on just one campaign complete with heraldry, in depth details of the captains and numbers of men serving under them. The 8 full colour plates are well illustrated and serve as a great painting guide for the battle.
In short an absolute gem of a book which is essential reading for anyone interested in the Italian Wars. If you are, then you really ought to know more of the origins of the war and this book is the best place to start.
I intend to write up a full detailed review of the book soon. I won't be giving away any specific information but will be describing what you can expect to get out of the read from a wargamers perspective.
At some point I will also be reviewing The Army of the Swabian League 1525 as well and in the same manner as the Fornovo book