- The Holy Roman Empire 1495 1806 A European Perspective
- R.J.W. Evans
- 25 January 2019
Summary The Holy Roman Empire 1495 1806 A European Perspective
The Holy Roman Empire 1495 1806 A European Perspective Read ☆ 0 He long run was able to defuse the religious tensions created by the confessional divide of the sixteenth century and to protect its smaller members against the voracious appetite of powerful neighbours Some historians even draw lessons from the history of the Holy Roman Empire for our present The multi layered federal structure of the old Empire and its system of collective decision making have been held up as a model for a peace loving multi ethnic Europe a European Union avant la lettre Other historians hav.Free download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¶ R.J.W. Evans
The Holy Roman Empire 1495 1806 A European Perspective Read ☆ 0 Over the last forty years or so research on the history of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation 1495 1806 has been transformed almost beyond recognition Once derided as a political non entity a chaotic assemblage of countless principalities and statelets that lacked coercive power and was stifled by encrusted structures and procedures the Reich has been fully rehabilitated by recent historiography It is now being hailed by some as a model of peaceful conflict resolution in the centre of Europe which in t.
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The Holy Roman Empire 1495 1806 A European Perspective Read ☆ 0 E described the Reich as the first German nation state a political configuration based not on power and expansion but on rights and liberties the rule of law and a structural lack of capacity for aggression This volume takes stock of this research particularly in the critical areas of the Empire's constitutional religious and social history A notable feature is the presentation of several decades of research in concise accessible essays by continental scholars much of it appearing in English for the first time.