Warfare in Early Modern Europe 1450-1660
Paul E. J. Hammer
Ashgate, 2007 - History - 468 pages
The early modern period saw gunpowder weapons reach maturity and become a central feature of European warfare, on land and at sea. This exciting collection of essays brings together a distinguished and varied selection of modern scholarship on the transformation of war--often described as a 'military revolution'--during the period between 1450 and 1660.
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