Military Bases Bermuda Islands : Fortress Bermuda : a visitor's guide to the naval and military heritage sites of the Imperial Fortress colony of Bermuda : including colonial and imperial fortifications and naval and military sites, as well as Canadian and United States bases / Seán Pòl Ó Creachmhaoil.; Ó Creachmhaoil, Seán Pòl.
Military Bases Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Pendennis and all other standing forts dismantled: or, Eight military aphorismes, : demonstrating the uselesness, unprofitableness, hurtfulness, and prodigall expensivenes of all standing English forts and garrisons, to the people of England: their inability to protect them from invasions, depredations of enemies or pyrates by sea or land: the great mischiefs, pressures, inconveniences they draw upon the inhabitants, country, and adjacent places in times of open wars, when pretended most usefull: and the grand oversight, mistake, injury in continuing them for the present or furure [sic] reall defence of the peoples lives, liberties, estates, the only ends pretended for them. / Penned by William Prynne of Swainswick, Esquire, during his close imprisonment in Pendennis Castle. And now published for the common benefit, ease, information of the whole nation.; Prynne, William,
Military Camps : Castrametation, or, The measuring out of the quarters for the encamping of an army / by J.C.; Cruso, John,
Military Casualties : North West of Sumatra, Indian Ocean [electronic resource] / Produced by Andrew Thomson
Military Ceremonies Honours And Salutes Early Works To 1800 : A discourse and defence of arms and armory, : shewing the nature and rises of arms and honour in England, from the camp, the court, the city: under the two later of which, are contained universities and inns of court. / By Edward Waterhous Esq;.; Waterhouse, Edward,
Military Ceremonies Honours And Salutes Germany : Militärisches Zeremoniell in Deutschland / mit Beiträgen von Michael Epkenhans ... [et al.] ; im Auftrag der Deutschen Kommission für Militärgeschichte und des Militärgeschichtlichen Forschungsamtes ; herausgegeben von Hans Ehlert.
Military Courts England Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : for the speedy establishing of a court-martiall within the cities of London, Westminster and lines of communication. Together with the names of such commissioners as are appointed for the execution thereof. Die Veneris 3. April. 1646. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance of martiall law be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown. Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
Military Dependents Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : England's safety: or, A bridle to the French king. : Proposing a sure method for encouraging navigation, and raising qualified seamen for the well manning Their Majesties fleet on any occasion, in a months time, without impressing; and a competent provision for all such as shall be wounded in service against the enemy, either in Their Majesties ships of war, privatiers, or merchant-men, to encourage the better defending them. : Also an in-sight into the advantages may be made by the herring and other fisheries, in respect to the breeding of seamen, and otherwise. Together with a proposal for the maintenance and education of the male children of all such as shall be kill'd in service, both seamen and officers; and a provision for gentlemens younger sons, and the sons of commanders kill'd in the service, to qualifie them for the sea, in order to make officers. : Also encouragement for commanders of men of war, privatiers and seamen, in taking any ship, or effects of the enemies, and all to be done, without any sensible charge or burthen to the kingdom. / By Captain George St. Lo.; St. Lo, George,
Military Deserters Ireland Early Works To 1800 : James R. : We are graciously pleased to declare to all whom it may concern, that we will cause forty shillings sterl. to be paid to every souldier, whether Catholick or Protestant, English or stranger, now serving under the command of Mareshal Schomberge, who will come and inlist himself in our army. ...; England and Wales.
Military Discipline Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By his grace, Richard Duke of Tyrconnell &c. Captain General of his Majesties forces. : Whereas upon application made by the Commissioners of his Majesties Revenue, to the King in council on the twenty sixth day of July last, setting forth that several officers of the army, ...; Tyrconnel, Richard Talbot,