4 edition of War and society in revolutionary Europe, 1770-1870 found in the catalog.
War and society in revolutionary Europe, 1770-1870
Geoffrey Francis Andrew Best
by Leicester University Press in association with Fontana Paperbacks in Leicester [Leicestershire]
Written in English
|Series||Fontana history of European war and society|
|LC Classifications||D299 .B484x 1982b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||84672644|
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More editions of War and Society in Revolutionary Europe, War and Society in Revolutionary Europe, ISBN () Hardcover, Palgrave Macmillan, This fits well with Geoffrey Best's brief account (in War and Society in Revolutionary Europe ) of popular and religiously inspired counter-revolutionary fervour. Yet Dr Gates does not provide the modern account in English that we require.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Beginning with the armies, navies and i /5(18). War and Society in Revolutionary Europe, Fontana history of war and European society series Volume 3 of War and European society: Authors: Geoffrey Best, Geoffrey Francis Andrew Best: Edition: reprint, revised: Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.
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Martin's Press: City: New York: Abstract: Civilization has long sought to limit the violence and ugliness of war. War and Law Since traces the recent history of these efforts. War and society in revolutionary Europe, / Geoffrey Best. D B Europe in retrospect: a brief history of the past two hundred years / Raymond F.
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Review: War and Society in Revolutionary Europe,by Geoffrey Best (Oxford University Press, ). War and Society in Revolutionary Europe is Geoffrey Best's contribution to the Fontana 'War and Society' series. It suffers from all the defects of. John Rigby Hale's volume, on the other hand, was described as a "model of historical writing" by Beckett, as part of a post-war movement to rescue the history of warfare from the memoirs of generals and from museum experts writing about armour and weapons.
Volumes. Geoffrey Best, War and Society in Revolutionary Europe, – War and society in revolutionary Europe, Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Best, Geoffrey Francis Andrew Date Publisher Fontana Pub place [London] Volume Fontana history of European war and society ISBN This item appears on.
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Type Book Author(s) Geoffrey Best Date Publisher Sutton Pub place Stroud Volume War and European society ISBNPreview. This item appears on. List: Blood and Iron: Europe, After surveying the situation in Europe in the lead-up to World War II and its aftermath, Brian Bond examines the military aspects of the Cold War between and This bold and trenchant survey shows the enormous influence war has exerted on European society sinceand in turn the major role civilian society has played in.
A brilliant analysis of the relation between state, war, and society in early modern Europe. Covering the years between the end of the Hundred Years War and the beginning of the Thirty Years War, War and Society in Renaissance Europe explains the part war played.
InBest became series editor of the Fontana History of European War and Society for which he wrote War and Society in Revolutionary Europe (). He wrote two books on Winston Churchill, Churchill: A Study in Greatness () and Churchill and War (). Death. Best died on 14 January Selected publications.
War and Society in Revolutionary Europe, ; Rich, Norman. Why the Crimean War?: A Cautionary Tale; Bucholz, Arden, Moltke and the German Wars ; Europe and the Wider World.
Winther, Paul, Anglo-European science and the rhetoric of empire: malaria, opium, and British rule in India, ; Goffman, Daniel.
The Ottoman Empire. Too much use is made of examples—the Vendee and the Peninsular War—that are clearly unrepresentative, but the book is beyond doubt a stimulating read. Best, Geoffrey.
War and Society in Revolutionary Europe, – London: Fontana, E-mail Citation» An early contribution to the field that in its time was an important work.
War and Society in Renaissance Europe, by J. R. Hale: 1: War and Society in Europe of the Old Regime by M. S. Anderson: 2: War and Society in Revolutionary Europe by Geoffrey Best: 3: Colonial Empires and Armies by V.
G. Kiernan: 4: War and Society in Europe, by Brian Bond: 5.Some u seful general works on war and society at the time: A.
Corvisier, Armies and Societies in Europe, () G. Best, War and Society in Revolutionary Europe, () J. Black, European Warfare, () M. Howard, War in European History () C. Rogers, ed.his analyses of the impact of war in are excellent for France PAUL W. SCHROEDER is professor of history at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
1 Geoffrey Best, War and Society in Revolutionary Europe, (New York, ), p. 9. Journal of British Studies 26 (January )