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by Joachim Whaley

Author: Joachim Whaley
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (February 20, 2012)
Pages: 752 pages
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a monumental history of the Holy Roman Empire which far surpasses .

a monumental history of the Holy Roman Empire which far surpasses everything that has been written about the subject to date. German history between the Reformation and Napoleon has never been written in such a lively, multi-faceted, source-based, and coherent manner.

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The first volume of Joachim Whaley's encyclopedic history of the Holy Roman Empire in early modern Europe .

The first volume of Joachim Whaley's encyclopedic history of the Holy Roman Empire in early modern Europe covers its history from the start of the 16th century to the end of the Thirty Years' War. It's main theme is the impact of the Protestant Reformation upon the empire, which polarized it and ultimately led to one of the most destructive wars in European history. His latest book is the two-volume Germany and the Holy Roman Empire 1493-1806 (2012), which covers virtually every aspect of German history from the reign of Maximilian I to the dissolution of the Reich and appears in the Oxford History of Early Modern Europe series.

Keywords: Germany, Holy Roman Empire, Reich, Habsburg, reformation . Part V Managing the Peace 1555–1618. VI The German Territories and Cities After 1555. VII The Thirty Years War, 1618–1648.

Keywords: Germany, Holy Roman Empire, Reich, Habsburg, reformation, German princes, Imperial Counts, Imperial Knights, Imperial Cities, enlightenment, French Revolutionary Wars, Napoleonic Wars. Bibliographic Information. Print publication date: 2011. Glossary of German and Other Terms.

Oxford history of early modern Europe. Central Europe: From Belle Epoque to Bloodlands

Oxford history of early modern Europe. Central Europe: From Belle Epoque to Bloodlands Previous: Ring of steel: Germany and Austria-Hungary a. .Library availability.

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Germany and the Holy Roman Empire offers a striking new interpretation of a crucial era in German and European history, from the great reforms of 1495-1500 to the dissolution of the Reich in 1806. Over two volumes, Joachim Whaley rejects the notion that this was a long period of decline, and shows instead how imperial institutions developed in response to the crises of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, notably the Reformation and Thirty Years War.

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Whaley explains the development of the Holy Roman Empire as an early modern polity and . My bibliography Save this book. Whaley, Joachim, 2011.

My bibliography Save this book. Germany and the Holy Roman Empire: Volume I: Maximilian I to the Peace of Westphalia, 1493-1648," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780198731016.

Germany and the Holy Roman Empire offers a striking new interpretation of a crucial era in German and European history, from the great reforms of 1495-1500 to the dissolution of the Reich in 1806. Over two volumes, Joachim Whaley rejects the notion that this was a long period of decline, and shows instead how imperial institutions developed in response to the crises of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, notably the Reformation and Thirty Years War. The impact of international developments on the Reich is also examined.The first volume begins with an account of the reforms of the reign of Maximilian I and concludes with the Peace of Westphalia in 1648. It offers a new interpretation of the Reformation, the Peasants' War, the Schmalkaldic War and the Peace of Augsburg, and of the post-Reformation development of Protestantism and Catholicism. The German policy successfully resisted the ambitions of Charles V and the repeated onslaughtsof both the Ottomans and the French, and it remained stable in the face of the French religious wars and the Dutch Revolt. The volume concludes with an analysis of the Thirty Years War as an essentially German constitutional conflict, triggered by the problems of the Habsburg dynasty and prolonged by the interventions of foreign powers. The Peace of Westphalia, which ended the conflict, both reflected the development of the German polity since the late fifteenth century and created teh framework for its development over the next hundred and fifty years.