KILL THEM ALL: CATHARS AND CARNAGE IN THE ALBIGENSIAN CRUSADE

McGLYNN (S.)

B051

£18.99

368pp., 42 illus., P.B. 2018. Here, in the first military history of the whole conflict, Sean McGlynn tells the story of the crusade through its epic sieges of seemingly impregnable fortresses, desperate battles and destructive campaigns, and offers expert analysis of the warfareinvolved, revealing the crusade in a different light – as a bloody territorial conquest in which acts of terror were perpetrated to secure military aims rather than religious ones.