a history of modern Germany: the Reformation

By: Holborn, Hajo

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London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1965. 850 g; XVIII, 374, XXII pages, last page blank, in original illustrated dust jacket. Includes six maps in the text, drawn by Theodore R. Miller, indexed. Against the background of mediaeval culture the author shows the origin of Luther's religion and the growth of the various Protestant churches; as well as the subsequent restoration of the Roman Catholic Church. -- during the period covered in this book, Germany was the centre of European history, because through the holy Roman Empire she was connected with practically all major political events of the time, and because she was home of the great movements of religious reform. -- front fold over blurb. The front fold over flap has bid price clipped, and the edges of the jackets are lightly rubbed, the protective cellophane layer has started to lift, making a crinkling noise every time the jacket is touched. The binding is sound, the top edge of the text block has been tinted a darker colour, and the contents are clean. Digital image available upon request.. First British Edition. Dark Brown Cloth. Good/Reasonable. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. History -- Germany.

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