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The Business of War: Military Enterprise and Military Revolution in Early Modern Europe - David Parrott

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Cod: 9780521514835

An aparitie: 2013

Autor: David Parrott

Categoria: Carti In Engleza

Editia: In limba engleza

Editie: Cartonata

Editura: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

Format: 230 x 150 mm

Nr. pagini: 448

Tip: Hardback



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This is a major new approach to the military revolution and the relationship between warfare and the power of the state in early modern Europe. Whereas previous accounts have emphasised the growth of state-run armies during this period, David Parrott argues instead that the delegation of military responsibility to sophisticated and extensive networks of private enterprise reached unprecedented levels. This included not only the hiring of troops but their equipping, the supply of food and munitions, and the financing of their operations.
The book reveals the extraordinary prevalence and capability of private networks of commanders, suppliers, merchants and financiers who managed the conduct of war on land and at sea, challenging the traditional assumption that reliance on mercenaries and the private sector results in corrupt and inefficient military force. In so doing, the book provides essential historical context to contemporary debates about the role of the private sector in warfare.

Cartea The Business of War: Military Enterprise and Military Revolution in Early Modern Europe - David Parrott face parte din categoria Carti In Engleza a librariei online Libris.ro si este scrisa de David Parrott. Cartea a fost publicata la editura CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS.
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