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A two-volume biography of Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, the 'founder of the United Netherlands Republic' and a central figure in the history of European diplomatic relations, of religious disputes and of church-state relations in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. The first volume covers the period 1547–1606 and traces Oldenbarnevelt's early career in meticulous detail against the background struggle of the Dutch Provinces with Spain. Consequently it examines all aspects of Dutch home, foreign and religious affairs and policies. The second volume begins by examining the final negotiations and establishment of the Twelve Years Truce. In this work, as a result of exhaustive study of the sources, Dr den Tex has included a large amount of detailed information as well as providing a bold and original interpretation of the character and policy of Oldenbarnevelt and of his influence on Dutch and European events.
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- Date Published: July 2009
- format: Multiple copy pack
- isbn: 9780521757782
- length: 806 pages
- dimensions: 251 x 323 x 68 mm
- weight: 1.48kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
Volume I. 1. A statesman in the making
2. Leicester opposed
3. Leicester frozen out
5. A turn in the fortunes of war
6. Supporters and opponents
7. Vervins and Nieuwpoort
8. Towards a truce
Volume II. 9. The Twelve Years Truce
10. The church in turmoil
11. Foreign affairs during the truce
12. Disputes about religion
13. 'Scherpe Resolutie'
15. Trail and execution
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