CO-DEPENDENT EMPIRES DURING THE SEVEN YEARS WAR: STRATEGY, SPANISH NEUTRALITY, AND LAW

This post is part of a week of cross-posting between Defence-in-Depth and Imperial Entanglements, the blog of an AHRC funded¬†funded project in the Hispanic Studies Department of Warwick University. DR ANNA BRINKMAN When war opened between Britain and France in 1756, Spain declared itself to be neutral. The relationship between Britain and Spain during the… Read More CO-DEPENDENT EMPIRES DURING THE SEVEN YEARS WAR: STRATEGY, SPANISH NEUTRALITY, AND LAW

From the Archives: The Loudoun Papers at The Huntington Library, California.

by DR HUW J. DAVIES John Campbell, Fourth Earl of Loudoun, has a bad reputation. Seen by historians as incompetent and ineffective in command, he also raised regiments of Highlanders to help suppress the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745/6. He participated in some of the more brutal suppression methods employed by the British Commander-in-Chief, the Duke… Read More From the Archives: The Loudoun Papers at The Huntington Library, California.