Spanish Armada Of 1588

Spanish Armada Of 1588

by Eugene L. Rasor

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Spanish Armada Of 1588 by Eugene L. Rasor

This is the most comprehensive bibliography of the Spanish Armada of 1588 in recent years and the only up-to-date reference which provides a critical assessment of important source materials and an annotated bibliography of all genres of literature in Western languages. Eugene Rasor describes 1114 titles and is the first to assess the vast collection of writings that have accompanied the recent 400th anniversary of the Armada campaign. Cross-references from the narrative to bibliographical entries and a full index make the guide easy for researchers at all levels to use in their study of naval and European history.

This authoritative reference covers one of the most important campaigns in naval history. The first part of the book consists of a narrative assessing the literature on the Spanish Armada in terms of background, history, leaders, preparations and tactics, and the consequences of the conflict. Source materials include all published books, monographs, official histories, government publications, dissertations, bibliographies, pertinent journals and periodicals and related articles, collections of archival and research sources and their locations, other significant holdings, published and broadcasted interviews, fiction, drama, and art. English, Spanish, French, Dutch and other Western languages are covered in a comprehensive manner, and both English and Spanish perspectives are presented carefully. The book also offers a short chronology. The index cites authors and subjects both.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780313283031
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/30/1992
Series: Bibliographies of Battles and Leaders Series , #10
Pages: 295
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

EUGENE L. RASOR is Professor of History at Emory and Henry College. He is the author of The Battle of Jutland: A Bibliography and The Falklands/Malvinas Campaign: A Bibliography, both published by Greenwood Press in 1991. He specializes in naval and military history.

Table of Contents

The Historiographical Narrative

Setting the Stage

The Processes of Development during the Early Modern Period

The Queen, the King, and the Commanders

Preparations, Execution, and Consequences of the Armada Campaign

Sources, Assessments, and Interpretations of the Spanish Armada

Annotated Bibliography

Chronology

Index

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