Law and Politics in Eighteenth-Century Germany

Law and Politics in Eighteenth-Century Germany

The Imperial Aulic Council in the Reign of Charles VI

Michael Hughes

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Royal Historical Society

Overview

Overview

A study of `imperialistic reaction': the attempt made in the reign of the Emperor Charles VI to re-establish imperial authority and the consequent brief halt in the decline and disintegration of the Holy Roman Empire and the Emperor's loss of power.

Details

November 1988
288 pages
21.6x13.8 cm
Royal Historical Society Studies in History
ISBN: 9780861932122
Format: Hardback
Royal Historical Society
BIC HBLL
BISAC HIS037030
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Reviews

`particularly useful to have this study in English on the struggle in the early eighteenth century between the Mecklenburg and East Frisian Estates and their rulers and on the response of the neighbouring princes and of Charles VI in his constitutional role as emperor.' DEREK McKAY German History 9, 1; 91`this book is a solid and welcome addition to the study of the Reich and its insititutions in the eighteenth century.' CHARLES INGRAO American Historical Review, Apr 1991

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