Global Military Transformations

Jeremy Black, in collaboration with the Italian Society of Military History (SISM), is pleased to announce publication of a new edited volume titled Global Military Transformations: Change and Continuity, 1450-1800 by SISM. SISM, founded by Raimondo Luraghi in 1984, promotes the critical history of security and conflicts.

I was pleased to participate in this project and contributed a chapter on “Early Modern France and the Military Revolution” to the collective volume.

The book is now available online at and Research Gate: _and_Continuity_1450_1800_Fvcina_di_Marte_No_12_ ations_Changes_and_Continuity_1450-1800

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