Arms for Empire: A Military History of the British Colonies in North America, 1607-1763
The Genesis of the American Military Tradition; The Opening Stages of Armed Conflict, 1622-1689; The Anglo-French Struggle Begins: King Williams Warl, 1689-1697; The Struggle Resumes: Queen Annes War, 1702-1713; "Cold War" Eighteenth-Century Style, 1713-1738; The War of the 1740s; Problems of a Military Era; Dangerous Interlude, 1748-1754; The Climactic Struggle for Empire: First Phase, 1755-1757; The Climactic Struggle for Empire: Second Phase,1758-1760; The Transition to Peace and Revolution.
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The Genesis of the American Military Tradition
The Opening Stages of Armed Conflict 16221689
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