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By Peter Young

SBN 85045-056-x
Выпуск посвящен егерям Наполеона.
Кратко описывается история появление егерей в гвардии Наполеона, боевой путь, снаряжение, вооружение, униформа, занмена, конская упряжь.

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The dominant nobility-clergy class was able to subsist on its lucrative trade in the colonies, much of it ultimately absorbed by England and some of it conceded to its subordinate bourgeois class ally without concern for the development and modernization of the country (25). These relationships help to explain why Portugal remained an agricultural country, its industrial capitalism long delayed. Only in the second and third decades of the nineteenth century was the bourgeoisie able to manifest its potential.

National unification early in the twelfth century, the consolidation of the crown, and the explorations and conquests of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries may have contributed to Portugal’s uniqueness (Stanislawski, 1959), but this early experience also reflected shortcomings in the state and produced centuries of backwardness and stagnation. From the reign of João I (1385–1433), when an absolute monarchy prevailed, to the eighteenth century when the Cortes, or parliamentary body, failed to convene and the Twenty-Four Corporations of Lisbon and Porto (entities representing different sectors of society) were undermined, political space was severely limited.

2 Ramiro da Costa (1978) examines industrialization from 1850 to 1910 and dates the introduction of relations of capitalist production to the early eighteenth-century reign of Dom José I. 3 He identifies the movement and popular revolt of Maria da Fonte and Patuleia as significant but incapable of halting the development of the necessary conditions for implementing capitalist relations of production in the Portuguese countryside (14–15). In a similar vein, he points to the crisis of 1890–1891 as working to the advantage of the large Alentejo landowners, who succeeded in imposing a protectionist regime and consolidating its power (19).

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