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Invasions: Scotland and Ireland 1641-1691

Young, John R. (2001) Invasions: Scotland and Ireland 1641-1691. In: Conquest and resistance: war in seventeenth-century Ireland. History of Warfare series, 3 . Brill Academic Publishers, pp. 53-86. ISBN 90-04-11743-1

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Abstract

The disparity between Ireland and the English-cum-British kingdom was such that an effective Irish military response to conquest and colonization was only feasible in the favorable archipelagic and continental European circumstances.