Quis Teutonicos constituit iudices nationum? The Trouble with Henry

  title={Quis Teutonicos constituit iudices nationum? The Trouble with Henry},
  author={Horst Fuhrmann},
  pages={344 - 358}
Again and again it has been the German. who have brought trouble and misfortune to Europe and the rest of the world: there was the incorrigible reformer Luther, for example, who divided Europe into two camps, and there were Jorg von Frundsberg's uncouth mercenaries, who overran Rome and the papacy in the sacco di Roma; Frederick the Great and Prussia ("an army which maintained a state," it was said) together provoked wars in the eighteenth century for the sake of glory and the status of a great… 
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Quis Teutonicos constituit iudices nationum?
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