Reformation and Revolt in the Low Countries

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A&C Black, Jan 1, 1990 - History - 308 pages
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The Revolt of the Netherlands has long been familiar to English-speaking readers, but the Reformation there has remained largely uncovered. This book explores how the Reformation in the Low Countries developed along very different lines from German Lutheranism. Conflicting interests and beliefs, as well as the war and political struggle, shaped the final religious outcome.

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Alastair Duke teaches history at the University of Southampton.

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