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Lectures on modern history. [electronic resource] With an introd. by Hugh Trevor-Roper.

By: Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, Baron, 1834-1902.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Meridian books, M109.Publisher: New York, Meridian Books [1961, c1960]Description: 319 p. 18 cm.Subject(s): History, ModernDDC classification: 940.2 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
Beginning of the modern state -- The new world -- The Renaissance -- Luther -- The Counter-Reformation -- Calvin and Henry VIII -- Philip II, Mary Stuart, and Elizabeth -- The Huguenots and the League -- Henry the Fourth and Richelieu -- The Thirty Years' War -- The Puritan revolution -- The rise of the Whigs -- The English Revolution -- Lewis (i.e. Louis) XIV -- The War of the Spanish Succession -- The Hanoverian settlement -- Peter the Great and the rise of Prussia -- Frederic the Great -- The American Revolution.
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Beginning of the modern state -- The new world -- The Renaissance -- Luther -- The Counter-Reformation -- Calvin and Henry VIII -- Philip II, Mary Stuart, and Elizabeth -- The Huguenots and the League -- Henry the Fourth and Richelieu -- The Thirty Years' War -- The Puritan revolution -- The rise of the Whigs -- The English Revolution -- Lewis (i.e. Louis) XIV -- The War of the Spanish Succession -- The Hanoverian settlement -- Peter the Great and the rise of Prussia -- Frederic the Great -- The American Revolution.

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