Violence, Colonization and Henry VIII’s Conquest of France, 1544–1546

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Murphy, Neil;

In 1579 the English writer Thomas Churchyard explained to his readers the military strategy that Sir Humphrey Gilbert had used in Ireland during the suppression of the First Desmond Rebellion ten years earlier. He wrote that ‘when soeuer he [Gilbert] made any ostyng, or... View more
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