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Warfare in the Eighteenth Century: Smithsonian History of Warfare series
Jeremy Black (au)
The colonial empires of Europe fought wars around the globe in the 18th-century. With domains spreading to the Americas and across the Pacific Ocean to Asia, France could find itself fighting simultaneously against Englandís Hanoverian king in northern Germany, in the waters of the English Channel, and on the grounds of what became Pittsburgh, PA. This book explains the where, why, what and how of: The Age of Enlightenment on the battlefield; the Diversity of tactics and weapons used around the globe; After the death of Louis XIV, French hegemony yielded to French decline and the French Revolution; the Shifting balance of power set the stage for the rise of Prussia; and The American Revolution witnessed the origins of guerilla warfare. Illustrations.
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