Series: International Library of Historical Studies

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Military Revolution In Sixteenth Century by David Eltis3
Radical Religion in Cromwell's England: A Concise History from the English Civil War to the End of the Commonwealth (International Library of Historical Studies) by Andrew Bradstock58

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  1. Europe Divided 1559-1598 by J. H. Elliott (1968)
  2. The Renaissance Drill Book by Jacob De Gheyn (1971)
  3. The Medieval Military Revolution: State, Society, and Military Change in Medieval and Early Modern Europe by Andrew Ayton (1995)
  4. Western Warfare in the Age of the Crusades, 1000-1300 by John France (1999)
  5. A history of the art of war in the Middle Ages, Volume 2 : 1278-1485 A.D. by Charles William Chadwick Oman (1924)
  6. Henry VIII's Army by Paul Cornish (1987)
  7. Siege Warfare - tThe Fortress in the Early Modern World 1494-1660 by Christopher Duffy (1979)
  8. War and Society in Renaissance Europe, 1450-1620 by J. R. Hale (1969)
  9. Fire And Stone: The Science of Fortress Warfare 1660-1860 by Christopher Duffy (1975)
  10. Weapons and Warfare in Renaissance Europe by Bert S. Hall (1997)
  11. The Spanish Armada: The Experience of War in 1588 by Felipe Fernández-Armesto (1988)
  12. The Northern Wars: War, State and Society in Northeastern Europe, 1558-1721 by Robert I. Frost (2000)
  13. English Weapons and Warfare, 449-1660 by A. V. B. Norman (1966)
  14. Reformation Europe 1517-1559 by G. R. Elton (1963)
  15. Infantry Warfare in the Early Fourteenth Century: Discipline, Tactics, and Technology by Kelly DeVries (1996)

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