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order of battle serves as a legend for the maps.
As I was creating these maps, I was struck with the level of detail which C. S. Lewis included in The Horse and His Boy. These maps merely illustrate, not create, the deployments and clashes which are described in the text. In addition, these maps demonstrate that both King Edmund and Prince Rabadash used tactically sound battle plans. Perhaps this is no surprise since C. S. Lewis served as a 2nd Lieutenant during World War I and could write from experience.