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Monro His Expedition With The Worthy Scots Regiment Called Mac Keys

Author : William S. Brockington, Jr.
ISBN : 0275962679
Genre : History
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The most complete memoir or primary account in English of two of the most important phases of the Thirty Years' War, Monro's Expedition is a regimental history, a guide to would-be mercenary officers, a social history, and a window into an earlier era. Although the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) ended three and a half centuries ago, it continues to intrigue readers as one of the most devastating wars in modern European history. Initially a religious/political confrontation, the conflict soon expanded into a continent-wide series of wars. Monro's account of his experiences is one of the most important primary sources of the period. From the creation of new tactical formations to improved military technology, the sheer magnitude of the crisis required new methods of waging war. Firsthand accounts by the combatants themselves are virtually non-existent, as rank and file soldiers were rarely literate, and their officers were only slightly more educated. Monro was a Scot who wrote proudly of his Scottish regiment and of his Scottish soldiers. Brockington's account retains the original spelling and punctuation and includes the original pagination within the new text for the benefit of readers searching for information cited elsewhere. Glossaries provide ready reference for place names, proper names, and archaic terms.
Category: History

Army History

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105214546405
Genre : Military history
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Defoe S Review A Review Of The Affairs Of France Pt 1 February September 1704 Pt 2 October 1704 February 1705

Author : Daniel Defoe
ISBN : IND:30000092632912
Genre : Europe
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One of Daniel Defoe's greatest achievements was the writing and publication of his "Review". Covering his many interests, both contemporary and historical, Defoe published his journal twice and latterly three times a week. The print run was thought to be just 400 therefore making surviving runs very rare. Also the condition of the originals is mainly poor making a facsimile version difficult. This edition has been completely reset and annotated. Publishing two volumes to cover one year's output, the whole of Defoe's text is to be reproduced in 18 volumes. Each year will have an introduction, textual notes and new index. The final volume in the series will have a consolidated index.
Category: Europe

Gustavus Adolphus

Author : Theodore Ayrault Dodge
ISBN : 9781623580599
Genre : History
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A grand sweeping military history of the “pike and shot” era, with a particular emphasis on the Thirty Years’ War in Europe (1618–1648). Originally published in two volumes, the first covers the life of Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, and known as “The Lion of the North” by his many opponents. Born into an era of constant warfare, he became king at 17, transformed the Army of Sweden into the first truly modern military machine, and led it in person for twenty years until his untimely death at the battle of Lützen. His innovations in training, equipment, and tactics made Sweden the dominant Baltic power for the next one hundred years, and have earned him the title of the “father of modern warfare.” The second volume explores the many battles of other great generals of the era, including Tilly, Wallenstein, Turenne, Condé, Eugene, and Marlborough. Theodore Ayrault Dodge’s illustrated history was first published in 1895, as part of his “Great Captains” series. This ebook edition combines both volumes, and includes an active table of contents, reflowable text, and nearly 250 line drawings and battle maps.
Category: History

Exercise Of Arms

Author : Marco van der Hoeven
ISBN : 9004107274
Genre : History
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A Publication of new research on different aspects of warfare in the age of the Dutch Revolt. An important survey of the state of affairs by Dutch historians, all experts in their field.
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