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Causes of war. Volume III, 1400 CE to 1650 CE

By: Gillespie, Alexander.
Publisher: Oxford Oxford Hart Publishing, 2017Description: x, 290p.ISBN: 9781849466462.Subject(s): Law -- International. War -- Causes. Military history. HISTORY /​ Military /​ Other. TECHNOLOGY &​ ENGINEERING /​ Military Science. International humanitarian lawDDC classification: 355.027 Summary: Contents Machine generated contents note: I.Introduction 1.The Conversation on Sunday Afternoon 2.Utopia 3.Facts 4.Casus Belli in Practice 5.This Volume II.Crowns, Dynasty and Territory 1.Introduction 2.The Hundred Years' War A.The Removal of Kings B.The Regional and International Context C.Henry V (i).The Treaty of Troyes D.Henry VI and Charles VII (i).The Treaty of Arras 3.The Wars of the Roses A.Richard, Duke of York B.Edward IV C.Richard III D.Henry VII 4.The Wars for the Expansion of France A.Charles the Bold B.Switzerland and the Alliance with Louis XI C.Mary of Burgundy D.The Archduke Maximilian E.Charles VIII F.Anne of Brittany 5.The Italian Wars A.The Paradigm B.The Context C.The French Invasion of Italy D.Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain E.Louis XII F.Pope Julius II G.The Young Henry VIII H.Francis I I.The Emperor Charles V J.The Widening War Contents note continued: K.The Peace Treaties to End the Italian Wars (i).The Treaty of Madrid and the League of Cognac (ii).The Peace of Cambrai (iii).The Peace of Crepy (iv).The Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis 6.Conclusion III.Religious Wars in Europe: The Beginning 2.The Absolute Power of the Pope 3.The Hussite Wars 4.Albert II, Frederick III and Maximilian I 5.Martin Luther 6.The Peasants' War 7.The Influence of Luther 8.War in Germany 9.The Peace of Augsburg 10.Conclusion IV.Religion and Power in England 2.Henry VIII A.Henry's Marriage to Catherine of Aragon and His `Cleansing' of the Church in England B.The Dissolution of the Monasteries C.The Last Wars of Henry VIII 3.Edward VI 4.Mary Tudor A.Philip II of Spain 5.Elizabeth I A.Mary Queen of Scots B.War with Spain and the Death of a Queen C.The Spanish Armada 6.James I/​VI 7.Conclusion Contents note continued: V.The Wars of Religion in France 2.The Huguenots A.Introduction B.Catherine de' Medici C.Henri of Navarre/​Henri IV of France (i).The St Bartholomew's Day Massacre (ii).Henri III and the Catholic League (iii).Reconciliation and Assassination (iv).Henri IV's Conversion to Catholicism (v).The Edict of Nantes 3.Conclusion VI.The Rise of the Dutch Republic 2.A Legacy of Autonomy 3.William of Orange 4.The Act of Abjuration 5.Philip III and the Twelve Years' Truce VII.The Culmination: The Thirty Years' War 2.The Irony 3.Rudolf II 4.The Rebellion in Bohemia 5.Frederick V 6.Containing the War A.England B.France 7.The Expanding War: Denmark 8.The Expanding War: Sweden 9.The Expanding War: France 10.The Peace of Westphalia 11.Rethinking War: Cruce, Sully and Grotius 12.Conclusion VIII.The English Civil War Contents note continued: 1.Introduction 2.Charles I A.The Divine Right of Kings B.Personal Rule C.The Short Parliament D.The Long Parliament E.Ireland 3.The First Civil War A.The Levellers 4.The Second Civil War A.The Execution of the King B.Cromwell in Ireland 5.Conclusion IX.Eastern Europe 2.Poland and Lithuania A.Independence B.Social Context 3.Russia A.Ivan the Great B.Clashes Between Poland-Lithuania and Russia C.Ivan the Terrible (i).Internal Conflict (ii).External Conflicts D.Sigismund III Vasa E.The Time of Troubles F.Mikhail Romanov 4.Conclusion X.The New World 2.Precedents 3.The New World 4.The Requirement A.Hernan Cortes B.Francisco Pizarro 5.England and the New World 6.The Colonies in North America 7.Slavery 8.Conclusion XI.The Muslim World 2.Inter-Family Wars and Coups Contents note continued: 3.Inter-Islam Wars: Sunni v Sunni 4.Inter-Islam Wars: Sunni v Shia A.The Treaty of Amasya 5.Muslim and Christian Wars A.The End of the Byzantine Empire B.The Eastern Mediterranean and the Adriatic C.The Western Mediterranean D.North Africa E.Spain F.India XII.Asia 2.The Ming and Their Neighbours 3.The Imjin War 4.The Qing XIII.Conclusion.
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Contents
Machine generated contents note: I.Introduction
1.The Conversation on Sunday Afternoon
2.Utopia
3.Facts
4.Casus Belli in Practice
5.This Volume
II.Crowns, Dynasty and Territory
1.Introduction
2.The Hundred Years' War
A.The Removal of Kings
B.The Regional and International Context
C.Henry V
(i).The Treaty of Troyes
D.Henry VI and Charles VII
(i).The Treaty of Arras
3.The Wars of the Roses
A.Richard, Duke of York
B.Edward IV
C.Richard III
D.Henry VII
4.The Wars for the Expansion of France
A.Charles the Bold
B.Switzerland and the Alliance with Louis XI
C.Mary of Burgundy
D.The Archduke Maximilian
E.Charles VIII
F.Anne of Brittany
5.The Italian Wars
A.The Paradigm
B.The Context
C.The French Invasion of Italy
D.Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain
E.Louis XII
F.Pope Julius II
G.The Young Henry VIII
H.Francis I
I.The Emperor Charles V
J.The Widening War
Contents note continued: K.The Peace Treaties to End the Italian Wars
(i).The Treaty of Madrid and the League of Cognac
(ii).The Peace of Cambrai
(iii).The Peace of Crepy
(iv).The Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis
6.Conclusion
III.Religious Wars in Europe: The Beginning
2.The Absolute Power of the Pope
3.The Hussite Wars
4.Albert II, Frederick III and Maximilian I
5.Martin Luther
6.The Peasants' War
7.The Influence of Luther
8.War in Germany
9.The Peace of Augsburg
10.Conclusion
IV.Religion and Power in England
2.Henry VIII
A.Henry's Marriage to Catherine of Aragon and His `Cleansing' of the Church in England
B.The Dissolution of the Monasteries
C.The Last Wars of Henry VIII
3.Edward VI
4.Mary Tudor
A.Philip II of Spain
5.Elizabeth I
A.Mary Queen of Scots
B.War with Spain and the Death of a Queen
C.The Spanish Armada
6.James I/​VI
7.Conclusion
Contents note continued: V.The Wars of Religion in France
2.The Huguenots
A.Introduction
B.Catherine de' Medici
C.Henri of Navarre/​Henri IV of France
(i).The St Bartholomew's Day Massacre
(ii).Henri III and the Catholic League
(iii).Reconciliation and Assassination
(iv).Henri IV's Conversion to Catholicism
(v).The Edict of Nantes
3.Conclusion
VI.The Rise of the Dutch Republic
2.A Legacy of Autonomy
3.William of Orange
4.The Act of Abjuration
5.Philip III and the Twelve Years' Truce
VII.The Culmination: The Thirty Years' War
2.The Irony
3.Rudolf II
4.The Rebellion in Bohemia
5.Frederick V
6.Containing the War
A.England
B.France
7.The Expanding War: Denmark
8.The Expanding War: Sweden
9.The Expanding War: France
10.The Peace of Westphalia
11.Rethinking War: Cruce, Sully and Grotius
12.Conclusion
VIII.The English Civil War
Contents note continued: 1.Introduction
2.Charles I
A.The Divine Right of Kings
B.Personal Rule
C.The Short Parliament
D.The Long Parliament
E.Ireland
3.The First Civil War
A.The Levellers
4.The Second Civil War
A.The Execution of the King
B.Cromwell in Ireland
5.Conclusion
IX.Eastern Europe
2.Poland and Lithuania
A.Independence
B.Social Context
3.Russia
A.Ivan the Great
B.Clashes Between Poland-Lithuania and Russia
C.Ivan the Terrible
(i).Internal Conflict
(ii).External Conflicts
D.Sigismund III Vasa
E.The Time of Troubles
F.Mikhail Romanov
4.Conclusion
X.The New World
2.Precedents
3.The New World
4.The Requirement
A.Hernan Cortes
B.Francisco Pizarro
5.England and the New World
6.The Colonies in North America
7.Slavery
8.Conclusion
XI.The Muslim World
2.Inter-Family Wars and Coups
Contents note continued: 3.Inter-Islam Wars: Sunni v Sunni
4.Inter-Islam Wars: Sunni v Shia
A.The Treaty of Amasya
5.Muslim and Christian Wars
A.The End of the Byzantine Empire
B.The Eastern Mediterranean and the Adriatic
C.The Western Mediterranean
D.North Africa
E.Spain
F.India
XII.Asia
2.The Ming and Their Neighbours
3.The Imjin War
4.The Qing
XIII.Conclusion.

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