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Mobilizing resources for war : the British and Spanish intelligence systems during the War of Jenkins' Ear (1739-1744)

  title={Mobilizing resources for war : the British and Spanish intelligence systems during the War of Jenkins' Ear (1739-1744)},
  author={Ignacio Rivas Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez},
The topic of this study is the War of Jenkins’ Ear (1739 – 1744) and this thesis concentrates on the close connection between the British and Spanish gathering of intelligence and the military decisions adopted in London and Madrid during the war. The ultimate purpose of this study is to put this war in a broader context and make a contribution to understand the development of the state in eighteenth century Europe. The first part of this study analyses the structure and functioning of… 
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