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by Frank Tallett,D. J. B. Trim


European Warfare, 1350–1750.

European Warfare, 1350–1750. Trim, D. J. B. ‘Edict of Nantes: Product of Military Success or Failure?’, in Cameron, . Greengrass, . and Roberts, P. (ed., The Adventure of Religious Pluralism in Early Modern France (Oxford, Bern and New York, 2000), 85–99. ‘Fighting Jacob's Wars. The Employment of English and Welsh Mercenaries in the European Wars of Religion: France and the Netherlands, 1562–1610’, unpublished P. thesis, London, 2002.

The period 1350-1750 saw major developments in European warfare, which not only had a huge impact on the way wars were fought, but also are critical to long-standing controversies about state development, the global ascendancy of the West, and the nature of 'military revolutions' past an. .

The period 1350-1750 saw major developments in European warfare, which not only had a huge impact on the way wars were fought, but also are critical to long-standing controversies about state development, the global ascendancy of the West, and the nature of 'military revolutions' past and present. However, the military history of this period is usually written from either medieval or early-modern, and either Western or Eastern European, perspectives. These chronological and geographical limits have produced substantial confusion about how the conduct of war changed.

This book examines how European warfare changed in the 400 years from the mid fourteenth to the mid eighteenth century.

Cambridge university press. This book examines how European warfare changed in the 400 years from the mid fourteenth to the mid eighteenth century. Military change and its effects in this period have emerged as of critical importance in European and global history. Some scholars have argued that dramatic changes in technology and the art of war, amounting to nothing less than a ‘military revolution’, were responsible for the development of strong central states within Europe and their subsequent domination of the rest of the globe.

European Warfare, 1350-1750. Frank Tallett, D. Trim. Frank Tallett is Head of the School of Humanities at the University of Reading and co-Director of its Centre for the Advanced Study of French History. D. Trim is Walter C. Utt Professor of History at Pacific Union College.

The period 1350-1750 saw major developments in European warfare, which not only had a. Contributor. The essays in this book provide a comprehensive overview of land and sea warfare across Europe throughout this period of momentous political, religious, technological, intellectual, and military change.

Leading military historians illuminate the major developments in European warfare during a period of momentous technological, political and military change

Leading military historians illuminate the major developments in European warfare during a period of momentous technological, political and military change. The chapters provide a comprehensive overview of warfare across Europe, presenting new findings and ideas that shed light on the art of war, military revolutions, state development and European expansion. See all Product description.

European Warfare, 1350-1750 book. The period 1350-1750 saw major developments in European warfare, which not only had a huge impact on the way wars were fought, but also are critical to long-standing controversies about state development, the global ascendancy of the West, and the nature of military revolutions past and present.

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The period 1350-1750 saw major developments in European warfare, which not only had a huge impact on the way wars were fought, but also are critical to long-standing controversies about state development, the global ascendancy of the West, and the nature of 'military revolutions' past and present. However, the military history of this period is usually written from either medieval or early-modern, and either Western or Eastern European, perspectives. These chronological and geographical limits have produced substantial confusion about how the conduct of war changed. The essays in this book provide a comprehensive overview of land and sea warfare across Europe throughout this period of momentous political, religious, technological, intellectual and military change. Written by leading experts in their fields, they not only summarise existing scholarship, but also present new findings and new ideas, casting new light on the art of war, the rise of the state, and European expansion.
European Warfare, 1350-1750 ebook
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