Frederic J. Baumgartner is Professor of History at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Was France in the sixteenth century as beautiful as Fernand Braudel has described it? Or was it actually a century of "blood and iron" as Henry Hiller saw it? The truth is that the history of France in the sixteenth century embodies both of these interpretations. Frederic J.
by Frederic J. Baumgartner.
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Baumgartner (History/Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ. The book is & introduction to a detailed history of sixteenth-century France'' and divided into three parts: 14841530; 153062; 15621614. has previously examined the history of France through its dominant personalities such as Henry II and Louis XII. Here he expands that approach to include social, religious, economic, and cultural aspects of what has been called France's & Sixteenth Century'' (14841614). Each part examines questions concerning the monarchy, the Church, the nobility, the people, justice, and culture and thought.
Frederic J. As of the beginning of the eighteenth century, war had returned to being more of a gentlemanly affair, at least in comparison to the Thirty Years War, and gentlemen announced their intentions to other gentlemen, whether fighting a duel or going to war. The Scottish philosopher David Hume declared that once civil governments had been established in contiguous nations a new set of obligations to neighboring states appeared.
France in the Sixteenth Century. By Frederic J. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995. Kathryn A. Edwards (a1).
Frederic J Baumgartner. Professor Baumgartner's book fills a major gap in the textboo. Palgrave MacMillan Us, Palgrave MacMillan. BAUMGARTNER is Professor of History at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. He is the author of many books including Louis XII, France in the Sixteenth Century and Longing for the End. show more. 5 4% (1). 4 43% (10).