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War and society in Europe of the Old Regime, 1618-1789

Anderson, M. S.

War and society in Europe of the Old Regime, 1618-1789

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Europe -- History, Military -- 1492-1648,
    • Europe -- History, Military -- 1648-1789

    • Edition Notes

      StatementM.S. Anderson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD247 .A53 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination239 p. ;
      Number of Pages239
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2529076M
      ISBN 100312018797
      LC Control Number88004466

      Rate this ebook You can vote only once. The Vandals soon followed the Suevi example, with the Alans close behind. A tercio unit's pikes can be seen on the right Spain was forced to accept the independence of the Dutch Republic inanother sign of diminishing power. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Google Scholar Clark, Henry C.

      Translate this review into Please note that this is an automated translation, and the quality will vary. Google Scholar Anderson, M. We do not change the information, just give it a structure and a convenient view for reading. For the next century, this prevented any serious Islamic incursions into the Christian territories of the north. If you appreciate this service, please consider donating to H-Net so we can continue to provide this service free of charge.

      A particularly irritating manifestation of this irritating for an early modernist, at least is the frequency with which modern examples are used as shorthand to explain early modern behavior, institutions, and cultures. If you subscribed via the website, you can enter the order number from your subscription confirmation email in place of your customer number. InSpain fought a short war with Morocco, resulting in a stronger Spanish position in North Africa. Manifest Destiny. After a brief period in the later fifteenth century when the use of the new artillery rendered most fortifications in Europe obsolete, there were few decisive battles and warfare became a series of sieges and manoeuvres around sieges.


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War and society in Europe of the Old Regime, 1618-1789 book

Hispania also provided several of Rome's more famous military Emperors, including TrajanHadrian and Marcus Aurelius. The conquest of the Americas and the 1618-1789 book of empire[ edit ] The defeat of the Incas by Spanish forces at the battle of Cajamarca16 November This is certainly a far cry from continental Europe, where towns were more uniformly protected by mural defences.

Google Scholar Blanning, T. The Italian Wars — resulted in an ultimate Spanish victory and hegemony in northern Italy by expelling the French. Google Scholar Nussbaum, Frederick L.

For example, in the description of religious motivations in the sixteenth century, the authors' focus is almost exclusively on the kings, rather than on those perpetrating the atrocities for which the period is infamous. Google Scholar Vattel, Emerich de.

Citation: Jamel Ostwald. Spanish military cultural legacy[ edit ] Historically, in addition to Latin military terms that came down from Roman times into modern Spanish through the language, the Spanish adopted a number of Arabic military terms from their Muslim rivals. New York: Columbia University Press, Google Scholar Schroeder, Paul W.

The most dramatic impact of Spanish military power, however, lay in the defeat of the American empires of the Aztecs and Incas.

In so doing, they ignore the most interesting conclusions of the recent historiography. Fortuitously we now have not only this synthesis, but also Reed Browning's more thorough study published in Nira I.

Google Scholar Hardman, John. They were defeated by the native allies of the Great Chichimeca north of the Aztec empire. You acknowledge that all intellectual property rights including copyright in the LRB Website and its contents belong to or have been licensed to the LRB or are otherwise used by the LRB as permitted by applicable law.

Over the course of his reign, from toLouis XIV transformed the army from a conglomerate of largely mercenary forces, who could be contracted for a campaign or the duration of a war, to a massive, state-run institution that he could use at his discretion against international challenges as well as domestic ones.

Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, Google Scholar Pallain, G. On the contrary, he argues that those very characteristics underscore its importance as a transition point in international and dynastic politics citing the emergence of Prussia as a central player, the waning of the Habsburg vs.

Showalter and Astore emphasize the relative weakness of European forces in all of these corners of the globe, and argue that their successes most often lay in their ability either to find native allies or to coopt native forces.

Historians of warfare in the Atlantic world, from the Renaissance to the midth century, have been at the forefront of interpreting soldiering as part of a much wider political, cultural, and intellectual milieu.

Vale, War and Chivalry, p Foot soldiers were cheaper and much more plentiful than aristocratic men-at-arms. Although Pedro de Valdivia was able to successfully invade Chile inthe first great rebellion of the Arauco wars was to begin only later, marking the beginning of a conflict that would last until the 19th century.New search Search for "subject:(Europe History )" Results 71 - 80 of Book.

Published London War and society in Europe of the old regime, By Anderson, Matthew Smith. Book. Published [Leicester]: Leicester Univ. P.

The Military Revolution from a Medieval Perspective

in association with Fontana, The military history of Spain, from the period of the Carthaginian conquests over the Phoenicians to the current Afghan War spans a period of more than years, and includes the history of battles fought in the territory of modern Spain, as well as her former and current overseas possessions and territories, and the military history of the people of Spain, regardless of geography.

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First book "War and Society in Europe of the Old Regime, (War and European Society)" was published in Original Title/5(28). War and Society France, – Branislav L. Slantchev Anderson, M.S. War and Society in Europe of the Old Regime, – Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Optional Readings: in Eastern Europe at the time, and this is what the Prussian elites would do in the wake of. His publications include contributions to Cambridge Modern History, Renaissance War Studies, and The Military Organization of a Renaissance State: Venice c.

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War and Society in Europe of the Old Regime, by M. S. Anderson.