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Mutiny and discontent in the Spanish army of Flanders 1572-1607.

Geoffrey Parker

Mutiny and discontent in the Spanish army of Flanders 1572-1607.

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Published by Past & Present in (Oxford) .
Written in English


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Reprinted from "Past & present", no.58, February 1973.

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Open LibraryOL20749493M


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Mutiny and discontent in the Spanish army of Flanders 1572-1607. by Geoffrey Parker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Army of Flanders (Spanish: Ejército de Flandes Dutch: Leger van Vlaanderen) was a multinational army in the service of the kings of Spain that was based in the Spanish Netherlands during the 16th to 18th centuries.

It was notable for being the longest-serving standing army of the period, being in continuous service from until its disestablishment in Branch: Spanish Army. Geoffrey Parker; MUTINY AND DISCONTENT IN THE SPANISH ARMY OF FLANDERS –, Past & Present, Vol Issue 1, 1 Cited by: MUTINY AND DISCONTENT IN THE SPANISH ARMY OF FLANDERS IN EARLY MODERN TIMES, SIR GEORGE CLARK ONCE WROTE, THE HISTORY of armies was one of the hinges on which the fate of Europe turned".

The broad outlines of this history have long been known - a spectacular growth in the size of armies (with perhaps a million men. --Mutiny and discontent in the Spanish army of Flanders, --Lepanto (): the costs of victory --If the Armada had landed --Spain in the Netherlands --Corruption and imperialism in the Spanish Netherlands: the case of Francisco de Lixalde, --The decision-making process in the government of the Catholic Netherlands under.

The publication of The Army of Flanders and the Spanish Road in marked the birth of the 'new military history', which emphasized military organization - mobilization, pay, supply, morale and, above all, logistics - rather than military 'events' such as sieges and battles.

Geoffrey Parker studied one of the great logistical feats of early modern Europe: how Habsburg Spain. Book Description. The early modern period saw gunpowder weapons reach maturity and become a central feature of European warfare, on land and at sea.

Fernando González de Leon; Mutiny and discontent in the Spanish army of FlandersGeoffrey Parker; Middle-class society and the rise of military professionalism: the Dutch army. 4 Parker, Army of Flanders; idem, ‘Mutiny and Discontent in the Spanish Army of Flanders ’, Past & Present 58 () 38 doi / past/ Building on Parkers conclusions, Charles Tilly presented military rebellion as part of a ‘repertoire of collective actions’ in his classic From.

The Spanish army of Flanders, a massive force of 70, men, Geoffrey Parker, ‘‘Mutiny and Discontent in the Spanish Army of Flanders –’’, Past & Present, 58 (), p. Idem, The Military Revolution: Military Innovation and the Rise of the West, –, Mutiny is part of something bigger and broader, what.

Geoffrey Parker, ‘‘Mutiny and Discontent in the Spanish Army of Flanders –’’, Past & Present, 58 (), p. Idem, The Military Revolution: Military Innovation and the Rise of the West, –, 2nd edn (Cambridge, ), pp.

16– 2 Frykman, Anderson, Heerma van Voss, & Rediker. Warfare in Early Modern Europe – book. Warfare in Early Modern Europe – Mutiny and Discontent in the Spanish Army of Flanders – With Geoffrey Parker. View abstract. chapter 10 | 24 pages Middle-Class Society and the Rise of Military Professionalism.

The Dutch Army With Μ. Feld. View abstract. The Spanish army of Flanders, a massive force of 70, men, appears to have been especially afflicted, suffering no fewer than 37 ma jor mutinies between and.

Warfare in Early Modern Europe by Professor Jeremy Black,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The publication of The Army of Flanders and the Spanish Road in marked the birth of the "new military history," which emphasized military organization--mobilization, pay, supply, morale and, above all, logistics--rather than military "events" such as sieges and battles/5(10).

Parker, ‘Mutiny and Discontent in the Spanish Army of Flanders (–)’, Past and Present, LVIII (Petersfield, )38– CrossRef Google Scholar J. den Tex, Oldenbarnevelt (2 vols; Cambridge: University Press,pp., ISBN 0 6).

2 Geoffrey Parker, “Mutiny and Discontent in the Spanish Army of Flanders, ”, Past and Present, 58 (), p. 3 Geoffrey Parker, The Military Revolution: Military innovation and the rise of the West, 2nd ed.

(Cambridge, ), pp. The Army of Flanders and the Spanish Road, by Geoffrey Parker. First published in Mutiny and discontent in the Spanish army of Flanders by Geoffrey Parker.

First published inAccessible book, Protected DAISY. 4 Parker, Army of Flanders; idem, ‘Mutiny and Discontent in the Spanish Army of Flanders –’, Past & Present 58 () 38 DOI/past/ Building on Parkers conclusions, Charles Tilly presented military rebellion as part of a ‘repertoire of collective actions’ in his classic From Mobilization to Revolution (Reading.

“Mutiny and discontent in the Spanish Army of Flanders, ”, ibid, LVIII (), [Reprinted in R. Golden, ed., Social history of western. Mutiny and discontent in the Spanish army of Flanders, / Geoffrey Parker Middle-class society and the rise of military professionalism: the Dutch army, / M.D.

Feld The militarization of the Elizabethan state / John S. Nolan The Army of Flanders was a Spanish army based in the Netherlands during the 16th to 18th centuries. It was notable for being the longest-serving standing army of the period, being in continuous service from until its disestablishment in In addition to taking part in the numerous battles of the Dutch Revolt (–) and the Thirty Years War (–), it.

The Spanish plan called for this “Great and Most Fortunate Navy” to sail from Lisbon, Portugal, to Flanders, where it would rendezvous w crack troops led by the Duke of Parma, the. The early modern period saw gunpowder weapons reach maturity and become a central feature of European warfare, on land and at sea.

This exciting collection of essays brings together a distinguished and varied selection of modern scholarship on the transformation of war”often described as Price: $ PAST AND PRESENT began publication inand now appears quarterly, with a large and international circulation.

It aims to publish a wide variety of. Mutiny is almost as old as the U.S. military itself. Case in point: On New Years Day inmuch of Pennsylvania’s 2,man army stationed at Jockey Hollow, New Jersey staged a mass walk out after serving without pay in unbearable conditions for more than three years.

Commanders tried to rein in the dissidents with threats of violence, but. Middelburg — Its Siege — Capture by the Sea Beggars-Destruction of One-half of the Spanish Fleet — Sea-board of Zealand and Holland in the hands of the Dutch — William's Preparations for a Third Campaign — Funds — France gives Promises, but no Money — Louis's Army — Battle of Mook — Defeat and Death of Louis — William's.

“Narrating Mutiny in the Army of Flanders. Cristóbal Rodríguez Alva’s La inquieta Flandes ().” Early Modern War Narratives and the Revolt in the Low Countries. Raymond Fagel, Leonor Álvarez Francés, and Beatriz Santiago Belmonte.

Manchester: Manchester University Press, Forthcoming. The Army of Flanders remained one of the Spanish monarchy’s most important armies after the Treaty of the Pyrenees but on the larger European field it cast a shrinking shadow.

The army’s internal problems certainly did not go away and the Spanish aristocracy continued to demonstrate a marked reluctance to serve within its ranks.

However. The Spanish Army in North America – (Men-at-Arms) [Chartrand, René, Rickman, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Spanish Army in North America – (Men-at-Arms)Reviews: 17, troops in flanders and from the Armada after they won a footing on English soil (never happened) Essentially, what was the Spanish Armada.

There was still a successful spanish army in the netherlands, still spanish support for french catholics agains the huguenots, and still a risk of spanish invasions. The system of training was virtually abandoned. Thousands came to believe that the Etaples mutiny 'changed the whole phase of routine and "bull" from Base to Front Line'.

(8) There was a rumour that 'ringleaders of the Etaples mutiny were later shot'. (9) But we have no concrete evidence to corroborate this. Official policy was flexible.

MUTINY AND DISCONTENT IN ENGLISH PROVINCIAL ARMIES – * J. Morrill. Trinity College. Oxford. Search for other works by this author on: Oxford Academic.

Google Scholar. Morrill. I am grateful for the helpful advice and criticism offered by Mr. Mr. Pennington and Mr. Mahony on an earlier draft of this article. French Revolutionary wars - French Revolutionary wars - Campaigns of Despite their largely unnecessary setbacks inthe allies had reconquered Belgium and the left bank of the Rhine and taken three fortresses (Condé, Valenciennes, and Le Quesnoy) in the north of France.

Yet by the beginning of their prospects of success were far smaller than they had been in. The Spanish initiated the conflict by conquering the Philippines and invading Moro territory in an effort to subjugate the region to their rule since the s.

When the Spanish conquered the Muslim Kingdom of Maynila, a vassal of the Sultanate of Brunei, the Islamic rajah, Rajah Sulayman resisted the Spanish.

O ne day in Aprila young lecturer in biblical studies named Martin Luther visited a small German market town and was outraged by what he saw.

In the town's central square, a representative of the Pope had set up a stand and was selling absolutions from sin to a long line of eager customers. These formal documents, called Indulgences, pardoned the bearer and. The Flanders armada, took shape in response to the use of seapower by the Dutch rebels, and evolved into the most effective unit in Spain's defence establishment.

In combination with its privateering auxiliaries, this elite striking force dominated the North Sea for some twenty years (), and campaigned also in the Mediterranean and 4/5(7).

Both asteroid # and a state are named for this man. On Januhis army was routed by forces led by Felix Calleja, and he was caught fleeing north and shot. The previous year, he had captured Guanajuato and Guadalajara after proclaiming a crusade to free Mexico from Spanish rule under the banner of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

The "Register of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, " (NARA M) consists of U.S. Army registers that recorded the name and other information on soldiers that enlisted between and The collection includes enlistees from the time period of the Spanish-American War, however, it does not specify whether they served in the war or not.

There was a Spanish army in Spain, one in the Spanish Netherlands, and one in Italy, all with their own paymasters. We'll start with the army in the Spanish Netherlands, then the army in Spain and finally describe the Spanish army in Italy.

A lot of information about the previous tercios of the Spanish army can be found at La época de los. Flanders. Click on a fortified place on the map below Back to the "Fortresses" page. This region is often referred to as Flanders, but strictly speaking that is only one of the provinces covered by the area map also covers the provinces of Artois, Hainaut and the small provinces of Cambrai and Tournai, as well as Picardy in France.

These provinces were once among the Flanders Campaign likes. Researching the Flanders CampaignFirst Coalition against the French Republic. Images, maps, ideas and research data. One major difference between what happened in the French Army and the Russian Army was the treatment of officers.

When soldiers of the 74 th Regiment were ordered forward on June 5 thmet and passed a resolution that “we shall not move back to the trenches”.

They decided to march to the nearest villages to rally support but found their way .