War In The Early Modern World
Routledge, Aug 4, 2005 - History - 269 pages
A collection of essays charting the developments in military practice and warfare across the world in the early modern and modern periods.
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Chapter Two Warfare at sea 14501815
Chapter Three Warfare in Japan 14671600
Chapter Four War and warfare in China 14501815
Chapter Five Warhorse and gunpowder in India1 c 10001850
Atlantic Africa 14501800
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Africa Aguilar Ally of Cortes American army artillery ashigaru attack Aztecs became British Cambridge campaign cannon cavalry central China Chinese Chronicle commanders conquest Cortés daimyos defeat Díaz del Castillo Dutch early modern eighteenth century enemy Europe European fighting firearms forces forts fought France French frontier gunpowder guns Habsburg Hideyoshi Hung Taiji Ieyasu Indian infantry Islamic Ixtlilxóchitl Janissaries Japanese Korea land London López de Gómara major Mamluk Manchu Martyr d’Anghera Mediterranean Mehmed II Mesoamerica Mexico military revolution Ming Ming dynasty Mongol Mughal Muñoz Camargo muskets naval navy Nobunaga Nurhaci ofthe orbe novo Ottoman Empire Oviedo Oviedo y Valdés period political Portuguese Qing raids rulers Russian Safavids Sahagún Sengoku Sengoku daimyos seventeenth century Shingen Shogunate siege sixteenth century soldiers Spain Spaniards Spanish strategy sultan tactics Takeda Shingen Tenochtitlan territory timariots Tlaxcaltecs trade troops True history Uesugi Kenshin University Press victory warfare at sea warrior wars weapons western