Gotz von Berlichingen ruled Germany's 16th-century battlefields with an iron hand -- literally

Zabecki, David T.
August 2000
Military History;Aug2000, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p20
Presents an autobiography of Gotz von Berlichingen, a German knight in the 16th century. Family background; Factors that distinguished Berlichingen from other knights who fought in his era; Information on the battles that involved Berlichingen.


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