17th Century Military History Books

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  1. Royal Scots Greys

    MAA 26 Paperback
    For almost three centuries the Royal Scots Greys have had the proud distinction of being Scoland's only regular cavalry regiment, famed for their distinguished service record from Marlborough's...
  2. The Buffs

    MAA 10 Multiple formats
    The Buffs originated in 1572 from a company of 300 men raised from London trained bands sent to aid the Protestant cause in Holland. Upon their return to England, the Company re-formed as a single regiment,...

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  3. The Royal Artillery

    MAA 25 Paperback
    The Royal Regiment of Artillery originated in 1716, when two companies of artillery were formed to ensure that a regular force of gunners was readily available. The Regiment expanded rapidly in the 18th...
  4. The Royal Green Jackets

    MAA 52 Paperback
    The Royal Green Jackets are widely acknowledged as innovators who developed much of the thinking of the British infantry in the fields of tactics and training, mobility and marksmanship, equipment, management...
  5. The Royal Navy 1790–1970

    MAA 65 Paperback
    Of all the world's seaborne military organizations, the British Royal Navy is perhaps the most prestigious. Protector of the British Empire and defender of British freedom, it has provided the template...
  6. The Wild Geese

    MAA 102 Paperback
    In the early years of the English Civil War, a French traveller in England remarked that the Irish 'are better soldiers abroad than at home'. Between 1585 and 1818, over half a million Irish were lured...
  7. New Model Army 1645–60

    MAA 110 Paperback
    The Restoration of 1660 is often quoted as the birth date of our modern British Army. While this may be true as far as continuity of unit identity is concerned, the evidence of history shows that the creation...
  8. The Jacobite Rebellions 1689–1745

    MAA 118 Paperback
    Between the first Jacobite rising in 1689 and the final collapse of the cause in 1746, the hopes of the House of Stuart were centred chiefly on Scotland. It is often wrongly assumed that the Jacobite rebellions...
  9. Polish Armies 1569–1696 (1)

    MAA 184 Paperback
    Few people will realise that at one time the Polish state was one of Europe's great powers. One of the chief instruments of her success was undoubtedly her army, which though small can claim many accomplishments...
  10. Polish Armies 1569–1696 (2)

    MAA 188 Paperback
    The 17th century Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was almost as varied as modern America. Alongside Slavs lived Lithuanians and other Balts, Germans, Tatars, Armenian merchants, Jewish traders, and even...

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