English Warfare, 1511–1642.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Warfare and History: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2016Copyright date: ©2001Description: 1 online resource (401 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781136349133.Subject(s): Military art and science - Great Britain - History - 16th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: English Warfare, 1511–1642DDC classification: 355.009420902 LOC classification: DA66.F57 2001Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- 1 The early Tudor art of war on the Continent -- Early Henrician expeditions to the Continent -- Henry VIII and an armed citizenry -- The French campaign of 1544: Henrician strategy and royal finance -- The post-Henrician military dilemma -- 2 The early Tudor art of war in the British Isles -- Henrician warfare and the Scots -- Edwardian actions against Scotland in 1547 -- The logistical challenge: garrisons, victualling and fortresses -- The earlier Tudors in Ireland, 1520-53 -- Tudor ordnance -- An English art of war -- 3 The defence of the shire: lieutenancy -- How lieutenancy worked: the Lords Lieutenants -- Deputy lieutenants -- Defending against the Armadas -- The militia as defender of the realm -- Muster-masters and military charges -- Lieutenancy as an early Stuart political issue -- The privileges of the English militia -- 4 The defence of the realm: impressment and mobilisation -- Elizabethan levies and the institutionalisation of impressment -- Sir John Smythe, Catholic conspiracy -- and the deleterious effects of impressment -- Pressed English soldiers in the Irish theatre -- Billeting and impressment under the early Stuarts -- 5 Elizabethan warfare in the North, 1560-73 -- Countering the French threat in Scotland, 1560-1 -- The assault on Leith -- The northern rising of 1569-70 -- The 1569 rebellion and the wars of religion -- The sieges of Barnard Castle (1569) and Edinburgh Castle (1573) -- 6 Elizabethan warfare in the Netherlands, 1572-92 -- Elizabeth and the wars of religion -- The Earl of Leicester's campaign, 1585-6 -- Mustering English companies on the Continent -- 7 Elizabethan and Jacobean allied operations on the Continent, 1587-1622 -- The continental reputation of English fighting men.
The Portugal expedition of 1589: English warfare on sea and land -- English warfare in France, 1589-91 -- English soldiers at Turnhout (1597) and Nieuwpoort (1600) -- The English school of war -- 8 Ordnance and logistics, 1511-1642 -- The English and continental siegecraft -- The Ordnance Office and English military architecture -- Victualling and logistics, 1550-1640 -- 9 Hibernian warfare under the Tudors, 1558-1601 -- English warfare in Ireland, 1561-95 -- The rebellion of Hugh O 'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, 1595-1601 -- From the Yellow Ford to Kinsale -- 10 The Irish military establishment, 1603-42 -- The early Stuart peace in Ireland -- Rebellion and civil war -- 11 The Caroline art of war -- Early Stuart continental warfare and the Cadiz expedition -- The Isle of Rhé expedition -- Military failure and 'Personal Rule' -- The Bishops' Wars and after -- 12 English warfare turned upon itself -- An English art of war -- English armies and multiple kingdoms -- Notes -- Bibliographical essay -- Index.
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