Reassesses the national war effort during the Elizabethan wars against Spain (1585-1603). Drawing on a mass of hitherto neglected sources, it finds a political system in much better health than has been thought, revising many existing assumptions about the weaknesses of the state in the face of military change. -- .
|Kirjastus||MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS|
|Sari||Politics, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain|