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The Civil Wars Experienced

Britain and Ireland, 1638-1661

Author: Martyn Bennett

Publisher: Routledge


Category: History

Page: 304

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The Civil Wars Experienced is an exciting new history of the civil wars, which recounts their effects on the 'common people'. This engaging survey throws new light onto a century of violence and political and social upheaval By looking at personal sources such as diaries, petitions, letters and social sources including the press, The Civil War Experienced clearly sets out the true social and cultural effects of the wars on the peoples of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland and how common experiences transcended national and regional boundaries. It ranges widely from the Orkneys to Galway and from Radnorshire to Norfolk. The Civil Wars Experienced explores exactly how far-reaching the changes caused by civil wars actually were for both women and men and carefully assesses individual reactions towards them. For most people fear, familial concerns and material priorities dictated their lives, but for others the civil revolutions provided a positive force for their own spiritual and religious development. By placing the military and political developments of the civil wars in a social context, this book portrays a very different interpretation of a century of regicide and republic.

Civil Wars

Author: June Jordan

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Social Science

Page: 188

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Essays, letters, and speeches consider Black feminism, education, and the nature of poetry, as well as the problems of ghetto school systems, police violence, and radical riots

Ending Civil Wars

The Implementation of Peace Agreements

Author: Stephen John Stedman

Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers


Category: History

Page: 729

View: 551

"A project of the International Peace Academy and CISAC, The Center for International Security and Cooperation"--Page ii.

Civil Wars

Internal Struggles, Global Consequences

Author: Marie Olson Lounsbery

Publisher: University of Toronto Press


Category: History

Page: 262

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"Clearly the best single volume treatment of civil war now available. This is an admirable synthesis and analysis of theoretical, historical, statistical, and case study literatures. Useful as a textbook at the undergraduate and graduate level." - Roy Licklider, Rutgers University

Civil Wars

A History in Ideas

Author: David Armitage

Publisher: Yale University Press


Category: Civil war

Page: 360

View: 149

A highly original history of the least understood and most intractable form of organised human aggression, from ancient Rome to our present conflict-ridden world We think we know civil war when we see it. Yet ideas of what it is, and isn't, have a long and contested history. Defining the term is acutely political, for ideas about what makes a war "civil" often depend on whether one is ruler or rebel, victor or vanquished, sufferer or outsider; it can also shape a conflict's outcome, determining whether external powers are involved or stand aside. From the American Revolution to the Iraq war, pivotal decisions have hung on such shifts of perspective. The West's age of civil war may be over, but elsewhere it has exploded - from the Balkans to Rwanda, Burundi, Somalia, Sri Lanka and, most recently, Syria. And the language of civil war has burgeoned as democratic politics has become more violently fought. This book's unique perspective on the roots, dynamics and shaping force of civil war will be essential to our ongoing struggles with this seemingly interminable problem.

The Civil Wars

Author: Julius Caesar



Category: Rome

Page: 369

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Military Leadership in the British Civil Wars, 1642-1651

"the Genius of this Age"

Author: Stanley D. M. Carpenter

Publisher: Psychology Press


Category: History

Page: 233

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Despite the wealth of British Civil Wars studies, little work addresses the nature of military leadership effectiveness in terms of the eventual result -parliamentary victory. It is no longer sufficient to credit religion, economics, localism or constitutional concepts for the outcome without considering the role of effective military leadership. The study of human conflict illustrates a simple, immutable truth -the finest, most inspired or motivated, well-trained, disciplined or experienced force is quite like a modern cruise missile. Without effective guidance, it is no more than a collection of very expensive parts. For the general military history reader, the work provides a concise strategic and operational narrative of the British Civil Wars of 1642-51 in northern England and Scotland. For historians, it offers an additional causative explanation for ultimate parliamentary victory. As a study of effective military leadership, it proposes, through a case study analysis based on a framework of characteristics and behavior of specific commanders from the wildly successful to the abysmal failure, a model of effective military leadership for present and successive generations of military, naval and air officers at all levels of command.

Civil Wars

Women and the Crisis of Southern Nationalism

Author: George C. Rable

Publisher: University of Illinois Press


Category: History

Page: 391

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Civil Wars of the World

Major Conflicts Since World War II

Author: Karl R. DeRouen

Publisher: ABC-CLIO


Category: History

Page: 912

View: 152

Alphabetically arranged entries focusing on countries and regions involved in civil wars after 1950 provide regional histories and describe the insurgents, geography and tactics, and causes and outcomes of each conflict.

Peace Agreements and Civil Wars in Africa


Publisher: Cambria Press




View: 906

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