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English merchant shipping and Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the seventeenth century
|Statement||Ralph Davis [for the] National Maritime Museum.|
|Contributions||National Maritime Museum (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||HE825 .D38 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||76368493|
English Merchant Shipping and Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Seventeenth Century Mar Rise of the English Shipping Industry in the 17th and 18th Centuries by Ralph Davis () Jan Hardcover. £ a book on Anglo-Dutch commercial rivalry in the seventeenth century. [That] book remains “Dutch and English Merchant Shipping in the Seventeenth Century” in the Economic History Review (January ), and “Rigidities Affecting Business in the Sixteenth.
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Anglo-Dutch Wars. Parker, Geoffrey // Reader's Companion to Military History;, p The first Anglo-Dutch conflict originated when the aggressive Republican regime in Great Britain, following victory in the English Civil Wars, began to stop and search any merchant ship, even if neutral, and to confiscate any Royalist goods found aboard. The First Anglo-Dutch Sea War () The English Act of Navigation greatly limited Dutch shipping to England; an incident in the Channel led to the Battle of Dover, after which the English Government declared war. The English were better prepared and won most (sea) battles.
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English merchant shipping and Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the seventeenth century. London: H.M.S.O., (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Davis; National Maritime Museum (Great Britain).
Anglo-Dutch Rivalry During The First Half Of The Seventeenth Century: Being The Ford Lectures Delivered At Oxford In () Hardcover – Septem byAuthor: George Edmundson.
The Anglo-Dutch wars (Dutch: Engels–Nederlandse Oorlogen) were a series of conflicts mainly fought between the Dutch Republic and England (later Great Britain).The first three occurred in the second half of the 17th century over trade and overseas colonies, while the fourth was fought a century all the battles were naval engagements.
Date: –, First Anglo-Dutch War, –. English merchant shipping and Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the seventeenth century by Davis, Ralph 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. The rise of the English shipping industry in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit.
Anglo-Dutch Wars, (English Wars), the four 17th- and 18th-century naval conflicts between England and the Dutch Republic. The first three wars, stemming from commercial rivalry, established England’s naval might, and the last, arising from Dutch interference in the American Revolution, spelled t.
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The Anglo-Dutch Wars of the Seventeenth Century (Routledge, ) Levy, Jack S. "The Rise and Decline of the Anglo-Dutch Rivalry, –", pp.
– in William R. Thompson, ed. Great power rivalries () online; Palmer, M. "The Military Revolution Afloat: The Era of the Anglo-Dutch Wars and the Transition to Modern Warfare at Sea". The three Anglo-Dutch wars of the seventeenth century are traditionally seen as mercantile confrontations.
This view has been challenged by political historians. Firstly, this article discusses the historiographie developments in this field.
Secondly, it aims to explore the relationship between Anglo-Dutch mercantile competition and. anglo-dutch rivalry during the first half of the seventeenth century. being the ford lectures delivered at oxford in by the rev. george edmundson, m.a. f.r.g.s. f.r. hist. late fellow and tutor of brasenose college honorary member of the dutch historical society (utrecht) foreign member of the society of netherlands literature (leyden.
The commemoration or, for the Dutch, celebration of the raid on the Medway in June drew a narrow focus on Anglo-Dutch relations in the second half of the seventeenth century.¹ This dramatic episode was, however, just one of many encounters between the two states between and encompassing, inter alia, trade conflict and war, diplomacy and espionage, and religion.² To a greater.
Anglo-Dutch Rivalry During the First Half of the Seventeenth Century being the Ford lectures delivered at Oxford in Alternate Title: Anglo-Dutch Rivalry During the First Half of the 17th Century Language: English: LoC Class: DA: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Great Britain, Ireland, Central Europe: LoC Class.
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The Anglo Dutch Wars of the Seventeenth Century book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(11). This study of the Anglo--Dutch Wars (,) sets them in their naval, political and economic contexts.
Competing essentially over trade, both governments were crucially influenced by mercantile interests and by the representative institutions that were central to England and the Dutch Republic. Professor Jones compares the effectiveness of the governments under pressure.
This book re-examines the history of Anglo-Dutch conflict during the seventeenth century, of which the three wars ofand were the most obvious manifestation. Low-intensity conflict spanned a longer period. From hostilities in. It has been my object in these Ford Lectures to treat of the relations between England and the United Provinces during the half-century that preceded the first outbreak of hostilities, and to make it clear that these wars of, were the inevitable outcome of a long-continued clashing of interests, which were of fundamental.
Davis, R., English merchant shipping and Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the seventeenth century (). Dutch Privateering during the Second and Third Anglo-Dutch Wars Chapter. Davis, English Merchant Shipping and Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Seventeenth Century (London, ).
Google Scholar L. Harper, The English Navigation Laws (New York, ). Book Description. This study of the Anglo--Dutch Wars (,) sets them in their naval, political and economic contexts. Competing essentially over trade, both governments were crucially influenced by mercantile interests and by the representative institutions that were central to England and the Dutch Republic.This volume, based on both European and Ottoman sources, investigates the commercial, military and diplomatic relations between the Dutch and the English in the Levant from the early seventeenth to the early nineteenth century.
On the one hand there was a more or less constant commercial rivalry and there were moments of outright military hostility between the two powers.The three Anglo-Dutch wars of the seventeenth century are traditionally seen as mercantile confrontations.
This view has been challenged by political historians. Firstly, this article discusses the historiographic developments in this ﬁeld. Secondly, it aims to explore the relationship between Anglo-Dutch mercantile competition and.