Thirty Years War" and the conflict for European hegemony, 1600-1660.

by Sigfrid Henry Steinberg

Publisher: E. Arnold in London

Written in English
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  • Thirty Years" War, 1618-1648.,
  • Europe -- History -- 17th century.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 123-124.

SeriesFoundations of modern history
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,128 p. :
Number of Pages128
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Open LibraryOL20734329M

The Thirty Years War and the conflict for European hegemony, 46 copies, 1 review Steinberg's Dictionary of British History 23 copies, 1 review Historical tables: 58 B.C   The Thirty Years’ War was a European continental war that took place from (thirty years!). Most of the fighting took place in the Holy Roman Empire, although the war grew to include European powers outside of the began as a local, religious conflict became more and more continental and political with each expanding phase of the war. The Thirty Years' War was fought from until Though it was primarily centered in Germany, several other countries became involved in the conflict, including France, Spain, and fact, almost all of the powerful countries in Europe were involved in the war. It began as a fight about religion — the Protestants and Catholics were the two groups that disagreed.   The German edition of A Quarter Century of War: The US Drive for Global Hegemony recent developments, is titled 30 Years of War. The book can be pre Thirty years .

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CONDITION: Acceptable. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The hinges are in good condition. The page edges are clean. years since the beginning of the Thirty Years’ War, John Matusiak discusses King James I of England and VI of Scotland’s relationship with one of the bloodiest conflicts in European history.

The moral aversion to warfare so glibly evinced by most modern-day leaders was hardly so commonplace among their earthier, more forthright.

Thirty Years’ War (–48), in European history, a series of wars fought by various nations for various reasons, including religious, dynastic, territorial, and commercial rivalries. Its destructive campaigns and battles occurred over most of Europe, and, when it ended, the map of Europe.

Thirty Years’ War This highly complex conflict in central Europe was three struggles telescoped into one-Protestants vs. Catholics in Germany, a civil war in the Holy Roman Empire between the emperor and estates, and an international contest between France and the Hapsburgs (Austrian and Spanish) for European hegemony in which other.

central theme in S. Steinberg, The ' Thirty Years' War' and the Conflict for European Hegemony, (London, ); there are also important discussions in R. Stradling, 'Olivares and the ori-gins of the Franco-Spanish war, ', English Historical Review () and J.

Black (Ed.) The Origins of War in Early-Modern Europe. The Thirty Years War: Europe's Tragedy is a history of prodigious erudition that manages to corral the byzantine complexity of the Thirty Years War into a coherent narrative. It Reviews:   The Thirty Years War () isn’t exactly a household word, though maybe it should be.

Its atrocities and devastation were a trial run for the world wars of the 20th century, and it left us. The traditional themes like the 'war for European hegemony', the fate of 'Europe divided', the relationship between Baroque and Classicism, will not be the center of attention here, but this author considers that the present interpretation of the Thirty Years War can throw light on those problems too.

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S.H. Steinberg’s The ‘Thirty Years’ War ‘and the Conflict for European Hegemony (), a somewhat perversely original essay, argued that there had never been a Thirty Years’ War at all and that it should be dissolved into the general European conflicts of the years "thirty" and the singular "war" seems to occur for the first time in Pufendorf's De statu imperii Germanici ().2 In a subsequent book, The Thirty Years' War and the Conflict for European Hegemony ,5 published some twenty years later Steinberg writes as follows: However, neither Pufendorf nor any other contemporary ever.

The book is devoted primarly to political history, diplomatic history, and the structural effects of the Thirty Years War on the European State System and the organization of individual states. These topics are addressed very well.

Of particular interest to the authors is the question of why the Thirty Years War Reviews: The Thirty Years' War and the Conflict for European Hegemony by S H Steinberg and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Thirty Years’ War and the Peace of Westphalia.

The Bohemian problem was resolved swiftly. Two Roman Catholic armies, the emperor’s and the League’s, converged on the kingdom, routing Frederick at the White Mountain in November and replacing the regime of the estates in Bohemia with a system of “ confessional absolutism” based on rigid Catholic conformity and political.

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Steinberg’s views first appeared in article form in The Thirty Years’ War. A New Interpretation. In: History 32 (), pp. 89–, reprinted in The Thirty Years’ War.The Thirty Years' War rearranged the European power structure. During the last decade of the conflict Spain showed clear signs of weakening.

While Spain was fighting in France, Portugal – which had been under personal union with Spain for 60 years – acclaimed John IV of Braganza as king inand the House of Braganza became the new.