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History 321: State and Society in Early Modern Europe: The Thirty Years War. Tutorial 5. 6 October 2011 Sourcebook , documents 31-33 , 41-65 REMINDER: Preliminary Bibliographies are due in class today!. Questions.

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History 321 state and society in early modern europe the thirty years war

History 321: State and Society in Early Modern Europe:The Thirty Years War


Tutorial 5

Tutorial 5

6 October 2011

Sourcebook, documents 31-33, 41-65

REMINDER: Preliminary Bibliographies are due in class today!


Questions

Questions

  • What do the assigned documents tell you about the Thirty Years War, of the functioning of individual states, and the relationship among states?

  • Do the assigned documents support or challenge Wilson’s argument about the Thirty Years War?

  • Why were Spain and the Dutch Republic prepared to discontinue the Twelve Years Truce and resume fighting? What do you think of Philip IV’s assessment of Spain’s strength?

  • What was the objective of the Treaty of the Hague (1625)? Was the satire of it justified?


Questions1

Questions

  • What can we learn from document 43?

  • What did the Peace of Lübeck (1629) stipulate?

  • What do documents 44, 47-60 tell you about Wallenstein, Ferdinand II, and their relationship? Consider their military and political objectives.

  • Wilson described the Edict of Restitution (1629) as a “blunder of the first order” (Europe’s Tragedy, p. 453). Does your reading of documents 62-65 confirm this assessment?


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