Desertion in the Early Modern World: A Comparative History

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Early modern globalization was built on a highly labour intensive infrastructure. This book looks at the millions of workers who were needed to operate the ships, ports, store houses, forts and factories crucial to local and global exchange. These sailors, soldiers, craftsmen and slaves were crucial to globalization but were also confronted with the process of globalization themselves. They were often migrants who worked, directly or indirectly, for trading companies, merchants and producers that tried to discipline and ...

Desertion in the Early Modern World: A Comparative History 2016, Bloomsbury Academic, New York

ISBN-13: 9781474215992

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Desertion in the Early Modern World: A Comparative History 2016, Bloomsbury Academic, New York

ISBN-13: 9781474216005

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