Author: Paul Cornish.
Illustrator: Angus McBride.
Title: Osprey Men-at-Arms No. 191: Henry VIII's Army.
Publisher: Osprey Publishing.
Copyright: 1987 (2005).
This Osprey Men-at-Arms has illustrations of Henry VIII's army by Angus McBride. Alas, this Osprey is now out of print. I purchased mine on the secondary market. I thought I was getting a good deal. By the time taxes and shipping were included, I paid more than retail for it.
Paul Cornish, the author, does a good job of presenting the different armies Henry VIII fielded during his reign. The major enemy was always France. But Scotland figured in the fighting, too.
I bought this book as a painting guide for a future 28mm English Tudor army I want to buy. I also wanted a 16th century Spanish army as its opponent. I have all the gendarmes and their followers I need right now. The rest I'll purchase later.
MAA 191: Henry VIII"s Army is recommended alone for the illustrations and drawings of the Tudor army and its allies.