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Renaissance war studies [electronic resource] / J.R. Hale.

By: Hale, J. R. (John Rigby), 1923-1999.
Material type: TextTextSeries: History series (Hambledon Press): v. 11.Publisher: London : Hambledon Press, c1983Description: 1 online resource (x, 524 p., [88] p. of plates) : ill.ISBN: 9780826497925 (electronic bk.); 0826497926 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Military art and science -- Europe -- History | War -- History | Renaissance | Europe -- History, Military | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Military Science | HISTORY -- Military -- Other | Oorlogvoering | Renaissance | Art et science militaires -- 16e si�ecle | Art et science militaires -- 15e si�ecle | Guerre -- 16e si�ecle | Guerre -- 15e si�ecle | Art et science militaires -- Europe -- Histoire -- 16e si�ecle | Fortifications -- Europe -- 16e si�ecle | Guerre -- Aspect social -- 16e si�ecle | Renaissance | Milit�ar | Krieg | Aufsatzsammlung | Geschichte 1450-1600 | Geschichte 1400-1600 | Europe Warfare, ca 1450-ca 1650Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Renaissance war studies.DDC classification: 355/.02/094 Online resources: EBSCOhost Summary: Beginning with the chapters on warfare in the first three volumes of the New Cambridge Modern History, Sir John Hale's writings on the subject present an original and rich assessment of war's place in Renaissance life and thought. The first section of this collection constitutes a major contribution to the study of Renaissance fortifications, their design, planning and execution, and their political as well as their military significance. The second deals with the recruitment and training of officers and men. In the third, contemporary reactions to war are analysed in a variety of social and i.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes text in Italian.

Beginning with the chapters on warfare in the first three volumes of the New Cambridge Modern History, Sir John Hale's writings on the subject present an original and rich assessment of war's place in Renaissance life and thought. The first section of this collection constitutes a major contribution to the study of Renaissance fortifications, their design, planning and execution, and their political as well as their military significance. The second deals with the recruitment and training of officers and men. In the third, contemporary reactions to war are analysed in a variety of social and i.

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