Henry VIII's Military Revolution: The Armies of Sixteenth-century Britain and Europe - International Library of Historical Studies v. 43 (Hardback)
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Henry VIII's Military Revolution: The Armies of Sixteenth-century Britain and Europe - International Library of Historical Studies v. 43 (Hardback)

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Hardback 256 Pages / Published: 29/06/2007
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The reign of Henry VIII saw a renascent militarism encapture England. Memories of great victories over the French remained fresh and resplendent in the psyche and pageantry of early-Tudor England, and the pursuit of glory on the battlefield and of due recognition of England as a major player in European power politics were the identifying features of Henry's reign. In an exciting new work, James Raymond traces the development of Henry's military establishment within the context of the wider European military revolution. Making use of extensive new research into the military literature of the mid-Tudor period, 'Henry VIII's Military Revolution' is able to root firmly the military theories of the time within the solid realities of Henry's army. Raymond pays particular attention to the rise of professionalism in the English military, and its adaptation to new technologies and ideas. In this vein, the career of Sir Christopher Morris, Henry's first professional artilleryman, is explored for the first time, casting light on the experience of day-to-day life in the English army of mid-Tudor England, and challenging the established view on the development of artillery both in England and in Europe. "Henry VIII's Military Revolution" develops and expands the argument that the English Army was up-to-date with its European contemporaries, and moves the English experience away from the periphery towards the centre of the debate on the European military revolution. The militarism of Henry VIII's England is seen through new eyes in this fascinating new work.

Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd.
ISBN: 9781845112608
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 572 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 34 mm

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