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This bibliography of the book War, Entrepreneurs, and the State in Europe and the Mediterranean presents a list of names of persons, reference articles and books relevant to the discussion on the crucial relationship between entrepreneurs, military finance and supply on the one hand, and the state in later medieval and early modern Europe on the other. In Fritz Redlich's original exposition, the term 'military enterpriser' was most often applied to colonels, whose job was to raise, clothe and feed the regiments that would be employed by princes during the period of the Thirty Years' War in Germany.

Keywords: early modern Europe; military enterpriser; Thirty Years' War



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