The Thirty Years' War and German Memory in the Nineteenth Century

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Libraries and Special Collections

Bavarian State Library, Munich

Bodleian Library, Oxford University, Oxford

British Library, British Museum, London

University Library, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich

University Library, Georg August University, Göttingen

University Library, University of Freiburg im Breisgau

Widener Library, Harvard University:

Harvard College Library Collection on the Thirty Years' War, Gift of Helen

Bigelow Merriman and Roger Bigelow Merriman

Hohenzollern Collection

Library of Konrad von Maurer of Munich

Library of Philipp Pfister of Munich

Library of Rodolphe Reuss of Strasbourg


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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: the Great War 18
  • 2: the War of Protestant Liberation 51
  • 3: Wallenstein's Revolution 94
  • 4: the Martyrdom of Magdeburg 141
  • 5: German Gothic 178
  • Conclusion 217
  • Notes 233
  • Bibliography 315
  • Index 371
  • Studies in War, Society, and the Military 386
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