A look at the tactics of the 'loot train' battle from Game of Thrones (S7E4), in which it turns out, everyone is the fool.
This is the fourth part of a six part series taking a military historian's look at the Siege of Gondor in Peter Jackon's adaptation of Return of the King. Part I, II and III can be found here, here and here. Last time, we looked at Mordor's siege tactics in attempting to breach the city. … Continue reading Collections: The Siege of Gondor, Part IV: The Cavalry Arrives
This is the second part of a six-part series taking a military historian's look at the Siege of Gondor in Peter Jackson's adaptation of Return of the King. We discussed the operational objectives and logistics of the Army of Mordor last time. This time, we're looking at what Gondor's defense plan is, how plausible it … Continue reading Collections: The Siege of Gondor, Part II: These Beacons are Liiiiiiit
Quick Note: New Acquisitions is the category for more off-the-cuff or one-off posts. Whereas the Collections posts will come every Friday, New Acquisitions will show up irregularly. Warning: Spoilers for Game of Thrones, Season 8, Episode 3. You have been warned. I’m sure I’ll do a complete look at the Battle for Winterfell at some … Continue reading New Acquisitions: That Dothraki Charge