Table of contents for War, state, and society in England and the Netherlands, 1477-1559 / Steven Gunn, David Grummitt, and Hans Cools.

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Contents
Note on Currency and Conventions ix
Abbreviations x
Maps xii
I WAR AND THE STATE
1. Polities at War 3
2. Military Institutions and Fiscal Growth 20
II TOWNS AT WAR
3. Introduction 41
4. UrbanMilitary Resources 51
5. Life During Wartime 74
6. War and Urban Government 87
7. Towns in the Polity 105
8. War, Towns, and the State 122
III NOBLES AT WAR
9. Introduction 127
10. TheMilitary Resources of the Nobility 138
11. Nobles in Command 155
12. Costs and Rewards 177
13. War and Noble Power 193
14. War and Noble Identity 215
15. War, Nobles, and the State 232
IV SUBJECTS AT WAR
16. Introduction 237
17. Obligations 240
18. Information and Response 257
19. The Trials ofWar 273
20. War and Identity 294
21. War, Subjects, and the State 323
V CONCLUSION
War, State, and Society 329
Bibliography 335
Index 375

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Great Britain -- History, Military -- 1485-1603.
Great Britain -- History, Military -- 1066-1485.
War and society -- Great Britain -- History.
Politics and war -- Great Britain -- History.
Netherlands -- History, Military -- 16th century.
War and society -- Netherlands -- History.
Politics and war -- Netherlands -- History.