Europe in Crisis: 1598-1648, 2nd Edition
December 2001, Wiley-Blackwell
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An authoritative and exciting account of the eventful first half of the seventeenth century.
- Gives an account of the revolution, civil war and complex international conflicts which brought many states to the edge of collapse in the 1640s.
- Covers the struggle of the Habsburgs with France and the Dutch Republic; the rivalry of Sweden, Denmark, Russia and Poland for control of the Baltic, and the confrontation between the Austrian Habsburgs and their subjects which escalated into the Thirty Years' War.
- The new edition has been revised throughout and includes an updated bibliography.