Europe in the seventeenth century / by David Ogg.
David Ogg 1887-1965Book
The General crisis of the seventeenth century / edited by Geoffrey Parker and Lesley M. Smith.
Parker, Geoffrey, 1943-
: Routledge & Kegan Paul, Boston
Steensgaard, N. The seventeenth-century crisis.--Parker, G. The Dutch revolt and the polarization of international politics.--Schöffer, I. Did Holland's golden age coincide with a period of crisis?--Elliott, J. Revolution and continuity in early modern Europe.--Moote, A.L. The preconditions of revolution in early modern Europe.--Romano, R. Between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.--Eddy, J. A. The Maunder minimum.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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