BARBARIANS & BROTHERS. ANGLO-AMERICAN WARFARE, 1500-1865
Anglo-American Warfare, 1500-1865lee wayne e.
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Editore: Oxford University Press
Barbarians and Brothers presents a searching re-examination of early modern English and American warfare, focusing on the most important conflicts in the creation of the American republic: against the Irish in the 1500s, the English Civil War, the colonial Anglo-Indian wars, the American Revolution, and the American Civil War.
Introduction; Part 1: Barbarians and Subjects: The Perfect Storm of Wartime Violence in Sixteenth-Century Ireland; Chapter 1 Sir Henry Sidney and the Mutiny at Clonmel, 1569; Chapter 2 The Earls of Essex, 1575 and 1599; Part 2: Codes, Military Culture, and Clubmen in the English Civil War; Chapter 3 Sir William Waller, 1644; Chapter 4 The Clubmen, 1645; Part 3: Peace Chiefs and Blood Revenge: Native American Warfare; Chapter 5 Wingina, Ralph Lane, and the Roanoke Colony of 1586; Chapter 6 Old Brims and Chipacasi, 1725; Part 4: Gentility and Atrocity: The Continental Army and the American Revolution; Chapter 7 "One Bold Stroke": Washington in Pennsylvania, 1777-78; Chapter 8 "Malice Enough in Our Hearts": Sullivan and the Iroquois, 1779; Conclusion: Limited War and Hard War in the American Civil War
Dimensioni: 235x156 mm.
Illustration Notes:16 halftone illustrations
Pagine Arabe: 336