Catalog Record: Un officier de fortune au XVIe siècle. Le maréchal de Monluc: sa vie aventureuse--ses maximes morales--ses conceptions tactiques | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Un officier de fortune au XVIe siècle. Le maréchal de Monluc: sa vie aventureuse--ses maximes morales--ses conceptions tactiques ... Avec un portrait et deux cartes hors texts.

Main Author: Monluc, Blaise, seigneur de, 1500?-1577.
Other Authors: Riols de Fonclare, Jacques Élie de, 1857-
Language(s): French
Published: Paris, Éditions Berger-Levrault, 1933.
Subjects: France > History > 16th century
Note: "Les maximes morales et les conceptions tactiques sont éparses dans les Commentaires ... Mon dessein a été de les ordonner et de les présenter au lecteur, autant que possible, en une sorte de corps de doctrine."-p. [161]
"J'ai laissé, autant que possible, la parole à Monluc; mais la brièveté étant une des conditions de mon travail j'ai dû, soit pratiquer dans son volumineux exposé de nombreuses coupures, soit intervenir personellement par de courts résumés."-p. [1]
From the "Comentaires de Blaise de Monluc".
Avant-propos signed: E. F. [i. e. Jacques Élie de Riols de Fonclare]
half-title: Le maréchal de Monluc.
At head of title: Général de Fonclare.
Physical Description: viii, 194, [1] p. front. (port.) 2 fold. maps. 20cm.
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