War In European History 1660 1792

Author: Jeremy Black
Editor: Potomac Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1597972460
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A new volume in Potomac's Essential Bibliography series

Napoleonic Wars

Author: Frederick C. Schneid
Editor: Potomac Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1597975788
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The essential bibliography of the Napoleonic Wars

2009

Author: Massimo Mastrogregori
Editor: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110317494
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Every year, the Bibliography catalogues the most important new publications, historiographical monographs, and journal articles throughout the world, extending from prehistory and ancient history to the most recent contemporary historical studies. Within the systematic classification according to epoch, region, and historical discipline, works are also listed according to author’s name and characteristic keywords in their title.

The Influence Of Sea Power Upon History 1660 1783

Author: Alfred Thayer Mahan
Editor: Boston : Little, Brown
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Influential classic of naval history and tactics still used as text in war colleges. Read by Kaiser Wilhelm, both Roosevelts, other leaders. First paperback edition. 4 maps. 24 battle plans.

Books In Print 2009 2010

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ISBN: 9780835250191
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Warfare And Society In Europe 1792 1914

Author: Geoffrey Wawro
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134611005
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Combining original research with the latest scholarship Warfare and Society in Europe, 1792 - 1914 examines war and its aftermath from Napoleonic times to the outbreak of the First World War. Throughout, this fine book treats warfare as a social and political phenomenon no less than a military and technologial one, and includes discussions on: * The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars * Napoleon III and the militarization of Europe * Bismark, Molkte, and the Franco-Prussian War, 1870-71 * new technologies and weapons * seapower, imperialism and naval warfare * the origins and outbreak of the First World War. For anyone studying, or with in interest in European warfare, this book details the evolution of land and naval warfare and highlights the swirling interplay of society, politics and military decision making.

Francia

Author: Deutschen Historischen Institut Paris
Editor: Jan Thorbecke Verlag
ISBN: 9783799581295
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Die Beitrage dieses Bandes behandeln Themen vom fruhen Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart. Sie nehmen die Diplomatik der hochmittelalterlichen Papsturkunde ebenso in den Blick wie die sexuelle Gewalt der Fruhen Neuzeit. Zwei Aufsatze sind dem langjahrigen Institutsdirektor Karl Ferdinand Werner gewidmet. Den Schwerpunkt des Bandes bilden die Beitrage einer Tagung zum Stand der deutschen Zeitgeschichtsforschung aus westeuropaischer Sicht.

The Journal Of Military History

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The Politics Of Commercial Treaties In The Eighteenth Century

Author: Antonella Alimento
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319535749
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This book is the first study that analyses bilateral commercial treaties as instruments of peace and trade comparatively and over time. The work focuses on commercial treaties as an index of the challenges of eighteenth-century European politics, shaping a new understanding of these challenges and of how they were confronted at the time in theory and diplomatic practice. From the middle of the seventeenth century to the time of the Napoleonic wars bilateral commercial treaties were concluded not only at the end of large-scale wars accompanying peace settlements, but also independently with the aim to prevent or contain war through controlling the balance of trade between states. Commercial treaties were also understood by major political writers across Europe as practical manifestations of the wider intellectual problem of devising a system of interstate trade in which the principles of reciprocity and equality were combined to produce sustainable peaceful economic development.

The Age Of Reformation

Author: E. Harris Harbison
Editor: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 080146854X
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In The Age of Reformation, first published in 1955, E. Harris Harbison shows why sixteenth-century Europe was ripe for a catharsis. New political and social factors were at work-the growth of the middle classes, the monetary inflation resulting from an influx of gold from the New World, the invention of printing, the trend toward centralization of political power. Against these developments, Harbison places the church, nearly bankrupt because of the expense of defending the papal states, supporting an elaborate administrative organization and luxurious court, and financing the crusades. The Reformation, as he shows, was the result of "a long, slow shifting of social conditions and human values to which the church was not responding readily enough. The sheer inertia of an enormous and complex organization, the drag of powerful vested interests, the helplessness of individuals with intelligent schemes of reform-this is what strikes the historian in studying the church of the later Middle Ages." Martin Luther, a devout and forceful monk, sought only to cleanse the church of its abuses and return to the spiritual guidance of the Scriptures. But, as it turned out, western Christendom split into two camps-a division as stirring, as fearful, as portentous to the sixteenth-century world as any in Europe's history. Offering an engaging and accessible introductory history of the Reformation, Harbison focuses on the age's key individuals, institutions, and ideas while at the same time addressing the slower, less obvious tides of social and political change. A classic and long out-of-print synthesis of earlier generations of historical scholarship on the Reformation told with clarity and drama, this book concisely traces the outlines, interlocked and interwoven as they were, of the various phases that comprised the "Age of Reformation."