The Warwolf: A Peasant Chronicle of the Thirty Years War

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The conflict that ravaged seventeeth-century Europe, as seen in a classic German novel-freshly translated The Thirty Years War, fought between 1618 and 1648, was a ruthless struggle for political and religious control of central Europe. Engulfing most of present-day Germany, the war claimed at least ten million lives. The lengthy conflict was particularly hard on the general population, as thousands of undisciplined mercenaries serving Sweden, Spain, France, the Netherlands, and various German principalities, robbed, ...

The Warwolf: A Peasant Chronicle of the Thirty Years War 2017, Westholme Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781594162459

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The Warwolf: A Peasant Chronicle of the Thirty Years War 2006, Westholme Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781594160264

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