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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP18 May 2024 5:06 p.m. PST

"Prolific author Michal Paradowski' latest offering in Helion's Century of the Soldier series is The Khotyn Campaign of 1621. Polish, Lithuanian and Cossack armies against the Ottoman Empire.

Michal's approach to this subject is to give the reader a clear day-by-day account of the operations of the armies involved in this rather prolonged battle waged from 2 September to 9 October 1621. At its end the allies had successfully held off numerous assaults by the Ottoman's on their defended camps, a feat lauded as a victory insofar as the advance of the Ottoman army was stopped in its tracks…"


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