By David S. Gehring
Challenging approved notions of Elizabethan overseas coverage, Gehring argues that the Queenâ€™s courting with the Protestant Princes of the Holy Roman Empire used to be extra of successful than has been formerly concept. in response to broad archival study, he contends that the enthusiastic and continuous correspondence and diplomatic engagement among Elizabeth and those Protestant allies exhibit a deeply held sympathy among the English Church and country and people of Germany and Denmark.
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Anglo-German Relations and the Protestant Cause: Elizabethan Foreign Policy and Pan-Protestantism: Volume 2 (Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World) by David S. Gehring