By Desmond Seward
A vintage account of the bloody contention among the dynasties of York and Lancaster for the throne of England.
During the 15th century England was once break up in a bloody clash among the homes of York and Lancaster over who should still declare the crown. The civil wars fed on the total state in a sequence of battles that at last observed the Tudor dynasty take strength. In A short historical past of the Wars of the Roses, Desmond Seward tells the tale of this complicated and unsafe interval of background in the course of the lives of 5 women and men who skilled the clash first hand. In a gripping narrative the private trials of the imperative characters interweave with the main occasions and personalities of 1 of the main major turning issues in British historical past.
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Most importantly, he included these elements in the creation of a systematic doctrine that he desired to be implemented in France. That doctrine provided the foundation for a flexible, adaptable army. In his time on the Conseil de la Guerre, Guibert oversaw much of the implementation of that doctrine, particularly in the areas of organization and tactics, via the Regulations of 1788. The Revolutionary Wars of 1792–1799 were a transitional period for both Guibert’s doctrine and the French army. The Réglement of 1791 codified the provisional measures of 1788 for the new government, solidifying much of Guibert’s ideology within the theoretical dictates of the army.
1:231–232. , 1:253–272. The Prophet Guibert 21 To correct this problem, Guibert’s system advocated flexibility of organization and use, principles that light troops directly countered as a single-use force. He allowed for the retention of limited light forces, particularly working with light cavalry. 53 To enhance the flexibility of his army, Guibert advocated the training of line troops as skirmishers. Rather than dedicate forces solely to skirmishing, this enabled his theoretical army to deploy in open or closed order to skirmish or fight a linear battle as circumstances dictated.
Commentaires sur les mémoires de monsieur le comte de Saint-Germain (Paris, 1780), 73. See also David D. Bien, “The Army in the French Enlightenment: Reform, Reaction and Revolution,” Past & Present 85 (1979), 68–98; Rafe Blaufarb, The French Army, 1750–1820: Careers, Talent, Merit (New York, 2002), and “Noble Privilege and Absolutist State Building: French Military Administration after the Seven Years War,” French Historical Studies 24 (2001), 223–246; and Julia Osman, “Patriotism as Power: The Old Regime Foundation for Napoleon’s Army,” International Congress of Military History Conference Proceedings 2009 (2010).
A Brief History of the Wars of the Roses (Brief Histories) by Desmond Seward