A History of the Habsburg Empire 1273-1700
The first part of a two-volume history of the Habsburg Empire from its medieval origins to its dismemberment in the First World War.
This important volume (which is self-contained) meets a long-felt need for a systematic survey in English of the Habsburgs and their lands in the late medieval and early modern periods. It is primarily concerned with the Habsburg territories in central and northern Europe, but the history of the Spanish Habsburgs in Spain and the Netherlands is also covered. The book, like the Habsburgs themselves, deals with an immense range of lands and peoples: clear, balanced, and authoritative, it is a remarkable feat of synthethis and exposition.
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17 Philip II Head of the House of Habsburg 155698
18 Catholic Reformation or CounterReformation?
the Triumph of Prague
20 Ferdinand II and the Thirty Years War
21 The Peace of Prague to the Peace of Westphalia 163548
22 The Task of Reconstruction
23 The CounterReformation in the Seventeenth Century
24 The Rebirth of the Turkish Peril and the Siege of Vienna
8 Danubian Europe and the Threat from the Turks
9 The Renaissance North of the Alps
10 The Work of Maximilian I 14591519
11 The Empire of Charles V and the Universal Monarchy
12 The Formation of the Austrian Monarchy 15257
13 The New State after 1527
14 Ferdinand I and the Reformation
15 The Struggle against the Ottoman Empire 152768
16 Economic Prosperity and Social Tensions in the Sixteenth Century
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Albert alliance Alsace archduke aristocracy army Augsburg Austrian monarchy Bavaria became bishop Buda castle Catholic Catholicism chancellor Charles Christendom Christian Church clergy Council Counter-Reformation court crown Czech Danubian Europe death defeat Diet domain duke elector emperor Estates favour Ferdinand feudal lords florins France Frederick Frederick III French German Habsburg Monarchy hereditary lands historians Holy Roman Empire House of Austria Hungarian Hussite II’s imperial troops Istvan Italy Janos Janos Hunyadi Jean Berenger Jesuits king of Bohemia kingdom Leopold Louis Lower Austria Lutheran Luxemburg magnates marriage Matthias Corvinus Maximilian military Moravia negotiations Netherlands nobility nobles orders Otakar Ottoman Ottoman empire Palatinate Paris patrimony Peace peasants Philip Poland political Prague prince privileges Protestant Reformation reign religious remained revolt royal Royal Hungary Rudolf sixteenth century Slavs sovereign Spain Spanish Styria success Suleyman took towns Transylvania treaty Turkish Turks Tyrol Upper Utraquist victory Vienna Viennese Wallenstein