The Military Revolution Debate: Readings on the Military Transformation of Early Modern Europe

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Chapter 1 is a revision of an inaugural lecture delivered before The Queen's University of Belfast on 21 January 1955; it was first published in its current form in Michael Roberts, Essays in Swedish History ( Minneapolis, 1967), pp. 195-225. It is reprinted here by the kind permission of the author.

An earlier version of Chapter 2 was originally published in Journal of Modern History 48 ( 1976), pp. 195-214. The revised version, reprinted here with the gracious permission of the author, was originally published in Geoffrey Parker, Spain and the Netherlands 1559-1659: Ten Studies ( London, 1979), pp. 86-103.

Chapter 3, which is printed here with some revisions, first appeared in Journal of Military History 57 ( 1993), pp. 241-278. It is republished with the generous permission of the Society for Military History.

Chapter 5 originally appeared in a somewhat shorter form in French Historical Studies 18 ( 1994), pp. 881-906; the author wishes to thank the editors of French Historical Studies (and its publisher, Duke University Press) for permission to reprint the article in this volume.

Chapter 6 first appeared in its current form in Michael Duffy (ed.), The Military Revolution and the State, 1500-1800 Exeter Studies in History 1 ( Exeter, 1980), pp. 29-48. It is reprinted with the gracious permission of the University of Exeter Press. Parts of this chapter have been extracted from the author's "The Welfare of the French Foot-Soldier from Richelieu to Napoleon", History ( 1980). They are reproduced here with the kind permission of the editor of History.

Chapter 7 first appeared in Journal of Military History 55 ( 1991). It is reprinted here with the generous permission of the Society for Military History.

Chapter 9 first appeared in Militärgeschichtliche Mitteilungen 18, no. 2 ( 1985). It is reprinted here with the generous permission of the editors.

Chapter 10 first appeared in John A. Lynn (ed.), The Tools of War (Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 1990). Copyright 1990 by the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. Used with the permission of the University of Illinois Press.

It should be noted that some typographical errors in the original versions of articles reprinted in this volume have been corrected.

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