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The Holy Roman Empire Friedrich Heer The Holy Roman Empire The Holy Roman Empire survived for over years and its institutions ideas and political divisions haunt Europe still Starting with Charlemagne s coronation on Christmas day and ending with

  • Title: The Holy Roman Empire
  • Author: Friedrich Heer
  • ISBN: 9781842126004
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Holy Roman Empire Friedrich Heer The Holy Roman Empire survived for over 1,000 years and its institutions, ideas, and political divisions haunt Europe still Starting with Charlemagne s coronation on Christmas day 800, and ending with the illegal suspension of the Empire by Francis II in 1806, this ambitious and comprehensive history examines the status of the Emperor, meaning of kingship and leadership,The Holy Roman Empire survived for over 1,000 years and its institutions, ideas, and political divisions haunt Europe still Starting with Charlemagne s coronation on Christmas day 800, and ending with the illegal suspension of the Empire by Francis II in 1806, this ambitious and comprehensive history examines the status of the Emperor, meaning of kingship and leadership, the Empire s structure, internal conflicts, and shifting centers of power, and ever present ideal of a united Europe.
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    1. Although not Holy nor Roman and probably not an empire per se, this is a grand account of a magnificent European institution I first read it for my undergraduate history course and I remain impressed on a second reading a little back.

    2. This book might seem to be tortuous to read but it is a meaning ful stuuf for those who have the leisure for reading I like this book as it gives much information which I have never encountered I have never known anything about the history of medieval age and The Holy Roman Empire.The competition among various royal families and the promiscuous relationship between the members of those royal families had led to the situation of war like situation on the Historical stage that affected the whole c [...]

    3. A very thorough and in depth study of the Holy Roman Empire It can be somewhat difficult to follow the authors train of thought at times as he will jump around in the timeline, sometimes seemingly at random He also will use the names of various European monarchs without specifying which one he is talking about, which can lead to confusion as the monarchs of the times tended to share names.

    4. Along with Viscount James Bryce s work, this is essential reading for anyone deeply interested in the history of Medieval Germany and Central Europe.

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