British and American Perspectives on Early Modern Warfare

TitleBritish and American Perspectives on Early Modern Warfare
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsWilson, Peter
JournalMilitär und Gesellschaft in der Frühen Neuzeit
Volume5
Issue2
Pagination108-118
Abstract

Anglophone writing on warfare is currently undergoing a transformation, driven by a number of contradictory forces. Yet, conflict remains a central concern of academic study and social and political scientists are paying increasing attention to the past in their attempts to trace long-term human developments. Given the scope and volume of new work, this paper will eschew a comprehensive survey in favour of concentrating on the last decade, identifying key trends and important individual publications. The focus will be primarily on Anglophone writing on war as a historical phenomenon and as a factor in early modern British history.

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