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Title
Europe and the wars of religion, 1500-1700 Europe and the wars of religion, 1500-1700. Part I
Type
Audio
Genre Form
speeches
sound recording
Language
English
Identified By
Lccn: 2005583448
Summary
Presents lectures delivered by Govind Sreenivasan concerning European history during an era of intense religious and political violence. Mr. Sreenivasan discusses five major conflicts: the French Wars of Religion (1562-1598), the Revolt of the Netherlands (1566-1609), the Thirty Years' War in central Europe (1618-1648), the English Civil War (1642-1649), the Glorious revolution (1688), and the emergence of French absolutism (1610-1715).
Table Of Contents
lecture 1. Ideologies of political obedience
lecture 2. The ideology of disobedience
lecture 3. Monarchy and society in France
lecture 4. The Huguenots
lecture 5. From early war to the Catholic League
lecture 6. The Catholic League and Henry IV
lecture 7. The Spanish monarchy
lecture 8. The revolt of the Netherlands
beginnings
lecture 9. The first revolt of the Netherlands
lecture 10. The rebellion widens
lecture 11. Triumph of the Dutch Republic
lecture 12. The art of war and the logistics of victory.
Authorized Access Point
Sreenivasan, Govind P. Europe and the wars of religion, 1500-1700. Part I
Authorized Access Point Variant
Teaching Company. Europe and the wars of religion, 1500-1700. Part I