- Title Pages
- Introduction: Early Modern War Narratives and the Revolt in the Low Countries
1‘Do not reveal that I wrote this’: diplomatic correspondence, news and narratives in the early years of the civil war in the Low Countries
2The fabrication of Francisco de Valdés: episodic narratives in Spanish and Dutch chronicles on the siege of Leiden (1573–74)
3The year of the Furies: military correspondence around the Sack of Antwerp (1576)
4‘Lode della nazione italiana’: Italian historians on the Spanish soldiers
5Narrating mutiny in the army of Flanders: Cristóbal Rodríguez Alva’s La inquieta Flandes (1594)
6Orange’s Spanish mulatto and other side-changers: narratives on Spanish defection during the Revolt in the Low Countries
7How a defeat became a victory: the siege of Ostend in contemporary Dutch war coverage and post-war chronicles (1601–15)
8North and south: a comparison of episodic war narratives during the Revolt in the Low Countries 1
9Chaplains and soldiers: experience and narratives in the Low Countries (1567–1648)
10‘Was bis daher gepassiert solt vergessen und vergeben sein’: cross-border nobleman Sweder Schele’s (1569–1639) accounts of army commanders during the Revolt in the Low Countries and Thirty Years’ War
11Geoffrey Parker’s Universal Soldier revisited: European military history and human universals
- Early modern war narratives and the Revolt in the Low Countries
- Raymond Fagel, Leonor Álvarez Francés, Beatriz Santiago Belmonte
- Manchester University Press
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