Germany and the French Wars of Religion, 1560-1572

Germany and the French Wars of Religion, 1560-1572

by Jonas van Tol
English | 2019 | ISBN: 9004330674 | 287 Pages | PDF | 24 MB

Germany and the French Wars of Religion, 1560-1572 explores how the first decade of the religious wars in France was interpreted by German Protestants and why they felt compelled to intervene.

Contents

Introduction
1 Connections:?The Manifold Ties between France and the German Rhineland
2 Interconfessional Relations:?Lutheran-Reformed Tensions on the Eve of the French Wars of Religion
3 Explanations:?Competing Narratives about the Nature of the French Wars of Religion
4 Solutions:?German Proposals for Restoring Peace in France
5 Conspiracy:?The Escalation of European Confessional Conflict
6 Intervention:?The Military Campaigns of 1567-1569
Epilogue:?The Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre
Bibliography

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