The martial ethic in early modern germany civic duty and the right of arms early modern history society and culture b tlusty on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers for german townsmen life during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was characterized by a culture of arms. This is a highly original and ground breaking study that brings to life a key aspect of early modern society based on a wide range of archival material tlusty argues that sixteenth and seventeenth century south germany was a culture of arms political identity was interrelated with the idea that . The martial ethic in early modern germany civic duty and the right of arms by b ann tlusty review richard ninness german studies review volume 36 number 3 october 2013 pp 681 683. This book investigates how men were socialized to the martial ethic from all sides and how masculine identity was the martial ethic in early modern germany civic duty and the right of arms b tlusty palgrave macmillan. Put simply b ann tlustys the martial ethic in early modern germany civic duty and the right of arms a recent addition to palgraves early modern history society and culture series is a very important contribution to our understanding of the culture of arms in early modern europe and a book that will undoubtedly serve as a model for future work on urban militarism
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