Table of contents for Emperor Charles V, impresario of war : campaign strategy, international finance, and domestic politics / James D. Tracy.


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Introduction
Part I. Strategy and Finance: 1. The grand strategy of Charles V
2. The Habsburg-Valois struggle: Italy 1521-1528
3. The search for revenue, I: the hard roads of fiscal reform
4. The search for Revenue, II: parliamentary subsidies
5. The search for credit: Charles and his Bankers
Part II. Impressario of War: Charles's campaigns, 1529-1552
6. Finding uses for an army: Charles in Italy, 1529-1530
7. Crusades in Austria and the Mediterranean, 1532-1535
8. Failures in Provence and at Prevesa and Algiers, 1536-1541
9. Charles's Grand Plan, 1543-1544
10. The First Schmalkaldic War, 1546-1547
11. The second Schmalkaldic war and the assault on metz, 1552
Part III. War Taxation: Parliaments of the Core Provinces of the Low Countries, Naples, and Castile
Conclusions.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1500-1558, Europe Economic conditions 16th century, Holy Roman Empire Kings and rulers Biography, Holy Roman Empire History Charles V, 1505-1555, Europe History, Military 1492-1648, Finance, Public Holy Roman Empire History 16th century