Philipp II. August, König von Frankreich. Von Dr. Alexander Cartellieri. Band II. Der Kreuzzug, 1187–1191. (Leipzig: Dyksche Buchhandlung; Paris: H. Le Soudier. 1906. Pp. xxxi, 360, and four tables)
American Historical Review
Reviews of Books between I539 and I902, which are for the most part set out in tabular form, make his book of permanent value to students of British military history. Great enthusiasm for the task and much painstaking care have obviously gone into the second part of the work (pp. I 87-444 ), which is devoted to records of the origin, periods of embodied service, and special services in England, Scotland, and Ireland and abroad of the I68 units of militia which were in existence on October 3I,
... ce on October 3I, I905. It is only to be regretted that Colonel Hay's great interest in his work did not impel him to add a bibliography and an index. Both are lacking; and the lack of a bibliography is the more noticeable because neither in the text nor as foot-notes does Colonel Hay give the page of the books which he uses as authorities. These two defects, but especially the lack of an index, tend greatly to lessen the serviceableness of this history of the "Constitutional Force" as a work of reference.