The Military Revolution Debate: Readings On The Military Transformation Of Early Modern Europe
This book brings together, for the first time, the classic articles that began and have shaped the debate about the Military Revolution in early modern Europe, adding important new essays by eminent historians of early modern Europe to further this important scholarly interchange.
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