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Department
History
Course
HIS103Y1
Professor
Alison Smith
Semester
Fall

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The Wars of Louis XIV IntroductionMonday September 26 2011413 AMWar may be a continuation of politics by other means but once these means are taken they become cardinal to the formation and implementation of policy and to the existence of those caught up in the maelstrom of violence 2War was fundamentally diff bw Louis XIV and Napoleonic WarsWar as ProcessIndecisive character of battle and siege1Slow tempo of operations2Strong resolve to make war feed war3Powerful influence of attrition4Considerable emphasis given to ongoing diplomatic negotiations5War helped to centralize power in FranceMeeting the needs of war required the state bureaucracy to expand in personnel and authorityLocal privileges and institutions diminished as those as the centre increasedTo the extent that war provided the rational for govt growth it became an important force in the state formation 3War contributed to nationalist feelingSoldiers were protecting monarch country and peopl
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