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The chivalric ethos and the development of military professionalism
Trim, D. J. B. (David J. B.)
Publication Information:
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2003]

Physical Description:
xii, 359 pages, 9 pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Introduction / D.J.B. Trim -- Why chivalry? Military 'professionalism' in the twelfth century : the origins and expressions of a socio-military ethos / Matthew Bennett -- Condottieri and captains in Renaissance Italy / Michael Mallett -- Portuguese nobility, and the rise and decline of Portuguese military power, 1400-1650 / Malyn Newitt -- Artisans, architects and aristocrats : professionalism and Renaissance military engineering / Simon Pepper -- Chivalry and professionalism in the French armies of the Renaissance / David Potter.

Chivalry, military professionalism and the early Tudor army in Renaissance Europe : a reassessment / Luke MacMahon -- Chivalry and the professionalism in electoral Saxony in the mid-sixteenth century / Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly -- Soldados platicos and caballeros : the social dimensions of ethics in the early modern Spanish army / Fernando González de León -- Army, society and military professionalism in the Netherlands during the Eighty Years' War / D.J.B. Trim -- Officer corps and army command in the British Isles, 1620-1660 / Martyn Bennett.

Shoot them all : chivalry, honour and the Confederate Army officer corps / Mark A. Weitz.
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