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Elizabethan military science

Henry Jameson Webb

Elizabethan military science

the books and the practice

by Henry Jameson Webb

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Published by Wisconsin Press in Madison (Wisconsin) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military history.,
  • Great Britain -- History, Military.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHenry Webb.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination240p. :
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21006562M

    Reassesses the national war effort during the Elizabethan wars against Spain (–). Drawing on a mass of hitherto neglected sources, it finds a political system in much better health than has been thought, revising many existing assumptions about the weaknesses of the state in the face of military . Sir John Norreys and the Elizabethan Military World is the first biography of Elizabeth I's most trusted soldier. It chronicles Norreys's life between and , examining how Norreys built on his family's personal friendship with Elizabeth to navigate the treacherous waters of the court and rise to prominence as a warrior and diplomat.

      In , an anonymously published book titled Liber Vagatorum appeared in Germany. Later re-titled in English as the Book of Vagabonds and Beggars, it .   English Elizabethan Army. Posted on Novem by MSW. A major difference from the continent was that military development in England relied far more on private interests than the state, and was more closely tied to naval warfare. From to the start of the English Civil Wars (–) most English soldiers were raised through.

    Chroniclers and annalists, though they are not historians in the true sense, are also listed here for convenience. Only historians with biographical articles in Wikipedia are listed here. Wikimedia list article. This is a list of historians. The names are grouped by order of the historical period in which they were living and producing works. Curtis Breight challenges the view that Renaissance English rulers could not dominate their domestic population. He argues, alternatively, that the Elizabethan state was controlled by the Cecilian faction, which maintained power by focusing English energies outwardly. Cecilians launched relentless.


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