Horses, guns and governments: A comparative study of the military transition in the Manchu, Mughal, Ottoman and Safavid empires, circa 1400 to circa 1750

@article{Roy2012HorsesGA,
  title={Horses, guns and governments: A comparative study of the military transition in the Manchu, Mughal, Ottoman and Safavid empires, circa 1400 to circa 1750},
  author={K. Roy},
  journal={International Area Studies Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={121 - 99}
}
  • K. Roy
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • International Area Studies Review
  • The experts of Western European warfare agree that Western Europe during the early modern era (i.e. the period roughly from 1500 to 1750) experienced substantial military changes. One of the crucial components of the early modern Western European military transition was the spread and development of gunpowder weapons in both land and sea warfare. Scholars disagree on the impact of the Western European military transition on the extra-European world. A comparative study of the military systems… CONTINUE READING
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