Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation

Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation

Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation

Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation

Synopsis

As the most learned and eminent public lawyer in Germany, a busy administrator, and a prolific writer, Moser (1701-85) lived and breathed the political order. His correspondence, memoranda, and manuscript autobiography reflect the intricate day-to-day operations of the empire, and his fascinating life is a microcosm of the life and style of the empire itself. The biography provided a comprehensive picture of the empire between the Thirty Years War and the revolutionary era.

Originally published 1981.
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