6 edition of sinews of power found in the catalog.
sinews of power
|LC Classifications||DA480 .B74 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 289 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||88045867|
His debt to Brewer is explicit: Brewer’s book The Sinews of Power: War, Money and the English State is clearly referenced in the title of the book under review. The table in p. 18, ‘The Habsburg monarchy’s major foreign and domestic armed conflicts, –’ provides the key background to explain the burgeoning : Joseph F Patrouch. The Sinews of Power For anyone interested in British history, in particular how Britain found itself as the leading world power in the 19th century, this book is essential. Economic and military history are interwoven, but political history is not left by the wayside.
The Sinews of Power: Rediscovering the Foundations of National Strength. which salvoed against the book and put it into the best-seller list. (Laughter.) So the physical sinews of power. The Tenth Book Discusses the Unattainable and Incomprehensible its body has a framework of bones, whether the hollows of the bones are filled with marrow, whether its joints are united by the tension of sinews and ligaments.
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In many ways, Sinews of Power is the more though provoking, though it lacks the brauva style of the Pincus/Yale University sinews of power book. In Sinews of Power Brewer explores the connection between the rise of the post British state and the interplay of War, the raising of money for War and the growth of the number of workers required to Cited by: John Brewer provides a new framework for understanding Britain's emergence in the eighteenth century as a major international power.
Warfare and taxes reshaped the English economy, but at the heart of these dramatic changes lay a tension between the nation's aspirations to be a major power and fear of the domestic consequences: the loss of liberty. In many ways, Sinews of Power is the more though provoking, though it lacks the brauva style of the Pincus/Yale University combination.
In Sinews of Power Brewer explores the connection between the rise of the post British state and the interplay of War, the raising of money for War and sinews of power book growth of the number of workers required to 4/5(11). THE FISCAL-MILITARY STATE: BRITAIN Many are the books on British history that cite John Brewers classic "The Sinews of Power" not infrequently in glowing terms, but the fact that it has been out of print sinceabsent without leave from my local library, and hideously expensive second hand has meant that it is not until now (thanks to 4/5.
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A lucid, incisive account of 18th-century Britain's development from a minor player on the periphery of the European theater to an imperial power through the evolution of the modern "fiscal-military" state.
Brewer (Director, Clark Library and the Center for Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Studies/ UCLA) examines the transformation through a focus on the. War, Money and the English State The Sinews of Power.
DOI link for The Sinews of Power. The Sinews of Power book. War, Money and the English State By John Brewer. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 11 September Pub. location London. Imprint by: 图书The Sinews of Power 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. 0 有用 长夜北斗 "The British fiscal-military state, as it emerged from the political and military battles that marked the struggle with Louis XIV, lacked many of the features we normally associate with a 'strong stat.
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The Sinews of Habsburg Power Lower Austria in a Fiscal-Military State William D. Godsey. Overcomes traditional dividing lines in Habsburg history to offer fresh ways of thinking about the wider history of Habsburg rule as well as about the.
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John Brewer's brilliant analysis makes clear that the drastic increase in Britain's military involvement (and success) in Europe and the expansion of her commercial and imperial interests would not.
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