The Thirty Years War: Europe's Tragedy

@inproceedings{Wilson2009TheTY,
  title={The Thirty Years War: Europe's Tragedy},
  author={P. Wilson},
  year={2009}
}
* List of Illustrations * List of Maps and Battle Plans * List of Tables * Note on Form * The Habsburg Family Tree 1500--1665 * Map of Central Europe, 1618 * Note on Currencies * Preface * Part I: Beginnings *1. Introduction * Three Men and a Window * Interpretations * The Argument *2. Trouble in the Heart of Christendom * The Empire * Confessionalization * Religion and Imperial Law *3. Casa d'Austria * Lands and Dynasty * Estates and Confession * The Catholic Revival *4. The Turkish War and… Expand
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