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Inhaltsangabe: The Dutch Revolt:
About the Author: The most rspected writer on the Dutch Revolt, Professor Parker is author of the Army of Flanders and the Spanish Road, The Thirty Years War, and Philip II.
Titel: The Dutch Revolt
Verlag: Allen Lane
Auflage: 1st edn.
Buchbeschreibung Viking, 1977. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Acceptable. Ex Library Book with usual stamps and stickers. A few small marks to the page edges. A slight tan to the page edges. Minor Shelfwear. Refurbished: a readable copy which has been repaired to a satisfactory standard. All pages and the cover are intact (dust cover may be missing). Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. Buchnummer des Verkäufers mon0006613576
Buchbeschreibung Viking. Buchzustand: Acceptable. Used - Acceptable. Ex-library with wear - may contain significant amounts of highlighting and underlining in pen or pencil. Buchnummer des Verkäufers Z1-K-023-01489
Buchbeschreibung Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. A good copy but with more than minor wear. For non-UK items of 1.5 kg or more may require an additional shipping charge. Buchnummer des Verkäufers HBS-00251712-B
Buchbeschreibung London, Penguin Books, 1977. 327 Seiten Good condition. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 870 23,4 x 16,2 x 3,4 cm, cloth with dust jacket. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 564106
Buchbeschreibung Allen Lane / Penguin Books, 1977. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fair. Hardback; edge of pages yellowed otherwise good in faded and creased dustjacket. First edition. ; Maps & diagrams. ; 327 pages. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 55415
Buchbeschreibung Allen Lane, London, 1977. Hardback. Buchzustand: Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fine. First Edition. THE DUTCH REVOLT Geoffrey Parker. Allen Lane, London. 1977 First Edition ISBN 0713910321 328pp Hardback The Dutch Revolt or the Revolt of the Netherlands (1566 or 1568-1609) was the partially successful revolt of the protestant Seventeen Provinces of the defunct Duchy of Burgundy in the Low Countries against the ardent militant religious policies of Roman Catholicism pressed by both Charles I and son Phillip II of Spanish Empire. The religious 'clash of cultures' built up gradually but inexorably into outbursts of violence against the perceived repression of the Spanish Crown. These tensions marked the beginning of the Thirty Years' War and led to the formation of the independent Dutch Republic. The first leader was William of Orange, followed by several of his descendants and relations. This revolt was one of the first successful secessions in Europe, and led to one of the first European republics of the modern era, the United Provinces — .Spain was initially successful in suppressing the rebellion. In 1572, however, the rebels captured Brielle and the rebellion resurged. The northern provinces became independent, first de facto, and in 1648 de jure. During the revolt, the United Provinces of the Netherlands, better known as the Dutch Republic, rapidly grew to become a world power through its merchant shipping and experienced a period of economic, scientific, and cultural growth. The Southern Netherlands (situated in modern-day Belgium, Luxembourg, northern France and southern Netherlands; see Spanish Netherlands and French Netherlands) remained under Spanish rule. The continuous heavy-handed rule by the Spanish in the south caused many of its financial, intellectual, and cultural elite to flee north, contributing to the success of the Dutch Republic. The Dutch imposed a rigid blockade on the southern provinces which prevented Baltic grain relieving famine in the southern towns, especially in the years 1587-9. Additionally, by the end of the war in 1648 large areas of the Southern Netherlands had been lost to France which had, under the guidance of Cardinal Richelieu and Louis XIII of France, allied itself with the Dutch Republic in the 1630s against Spain.The first phase of the conflict can be considered to be the Dutch War of Independence. The focus of the latter phase was to gain official recognition of the already de facto independence of the United Provinces. This phase coincided with the rise of the Dutch Republic as a major power and the founding of the Dutch Colonial Empire.This book is the result of over twelve years research by the noted historian Geoffrey Parker. This copy is in FINE condition in a FINE unclipped dustwrapper that is lightly sunned to the spine. Ref Q4 Size: 328pp. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 004934
Buchbeschreibung Allen Lane London, 1977. H/B, D/W ( not clipped, spine faded) 8vo, 327pp - maps & tables, no internal markings VG/VG. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 10694