Reconquista and Reconciliation in the Dutch Revolt: The Campaign of Governor-General Alexander Farnese (1578-1592)

@article{Soen2012ReconquistaAR,
  title={Reconquista and Reconciliation in the Dutch Revolt: The Campaign of Governor-General Alexander Farnese (1578-1592)},
  author={Violet Soen},
  journal={Journal of Early Modern History},
  year={2012},
  volume={16},
  pages={1-22}
}
  • V. Soen
  • Published 2012
  • History
  • Journal of Early Modern History
Abstract The campaign in the Low Countries led by governor-general Alexander Farnese from October 1578 onwards resulted in the reconquest of more cities for the King of Spain than had been achieved by any of his predecessors or successors. It serves here as a starting point for a contextual analysis of the relationship between the ruler and the city defiant during the Dutch Revolt, not only to cast new light on the oft-neglected and complex Spanish Habsburg policies, but also to understand the… Expand
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