War finance, Volume 1
This reference collection reprints the most important published papers on the problems of war finance under varying constraints imposed by institutions, technology, geography and strategy from the time of Alexander the Great to the Gulf War in 1992.
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administration Alexander Alexander's allies amount Antwerp Army of Flanders asientos Athenians Athens Baltic bankers Bardi Beaumaris British Burstwick campaign capital castles cavalry cent century Chapter cleruchies collected commanders Committee contributions cost crown customs debt Demosthenes Dutch Economic History Edward Edward III eisphora embargo empire England English estates Europe Exchequer expenditure expenses export finance forces foreign France French Fryde garrisons German grant Harpalus Hypereides Ibid income increased K.B. McFarlane king king's land Lepanto levied loans London Lycurgus Macedonian merchants military enterprisers Netherlands officers paid Parliamentarian payment period perioeci Persian Philip Pole Pole's political raised receipts received regiment revenues Riccardi riksdaler royal Royalist satrap ships soldiers Spain Spanish Spartans Staffordshire subsidy Sweden Swedish talents talers taxation tercio Thucyd towns trade treasure tribute trierarchy triremes troops wages Wales Wallenstein wardrobe wealth William wool Worcestershire