War In European History 1494–1660
The books in the Essential Bibliographies series include an essay by a noted scholar on the important historiographical issues and a pertinent bibliography for a particular period or theme in military history. They serve as research tools for librarians, researchers, and readers with a professional interest and as a starting point for pursuing further studies. This first volume traces EuropeOCOs military revolution, beginning with the onset of OC modern warfareOCO in the Italian Wars and ending with the restoration of the House of Stuart to the English throne."
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1 EUROPE IN THE WORLD
2 WAR AND THE STATE
3 STRUGGLES FOR DOMINANCE
4 THE NATURE OF CONFLICT
5 A MILITARY REVOLUTION?
A CASE STUDY
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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