By Donald Stoker,Frederick C. Schneid,Harold D. Blanton
This edited quantity explores conscription within the Napoleonic period, tracing the roots of eu conscription and exploring the numerous equipment that states used to procure the manpower they had to prosecute their wars.
The levée-en-masse of the French Revolution has frequently been brought up as a ‘Revolution in army Affairs’, yet used to be it really a ‘revolutionary’ holiday with prior ecu practices of elevating armies, or an intensification of the scope and scale of practices already inherent within the eu army procedure? This overseas selection of students show that ecu conscription has some distance deeper roots than has been formerly said, and that its intensification throughout the Napoleonic period was once extra an ‘evolutionary’ than ‘revolutionary’ change.
This ebook might be of a lot curiosity to scholars of army historical past, Strategic reports, Strategic background and ecu History.
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Conscription in the Napoleonic Era: A Revolution in Military Affairs? (Cass Military Studies) by Donald Stoker,Frederick C. Schneid,Harold D. Blanton