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William of Orange and the revolt of the Netherlands, 1572-84

by K. W. Swart

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • William, -- I, -- Prince of Orange, -- 1533-1584,
  • Princes -- Netherlands -- Biography,
  • Netherlands -- History -- Wars of Independence, 1556-1648

  • Edition Notes

    StatementK.W. Swart ; with introductory chapters by Alastair Duke and Jonathan I. Israel ; edited by R.P. Fagel, M.E.H.N. Mout, H.F.K. van Nierop ; translated by J.C. Grayson.
    GenreBiography.
    SeriesSt Andrews studies in Reformation history
    ContributionsDuke, A. C., Mout, M. E. H. N., Nierop, Henk F. K. van., Israel, Jonathan I. 1946-, Fagel, R. P
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 280 p. ;
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15542755M
    ISBN 100754632245
    OCLC/WorldCa51106894

    William was born on 24 th April , in Dillenberg in the duchy of Nassau [i].He was the son of William, the Count of Nassau and his wife Juliana, daughter of Bodo III of m was the oldest of 12 children that his mother had by her second husband. Juliana was William.   Anjou’s death in January took him out of the picture. In February , William of Orange was assassinated. His death was a very heavy blow to the resistance movement. The revolt after the death of William. William’s death might have destroyed the resistance movement if it had happened earlier in the campaign.

    APA Citation. Swart, K. W., Duke, A. C. 1., Fagel, R. 1., Fagel, R. P., Grayson, J. C., Israel, J. I. 1., Nierop, H. F. K. v. 1. (). William of Orange and.   William Of Orange And The Revolt Of The Netherlands, Aldershot, Hants England: Ashgate. Aldershot, Hants England: Ashgate. Click here to start building your own bibliography.

    William i definition, duke of Normandy –87; king of England –87 (son of Robert I, duke of Normandy). See more. Forward / H.F.K. van Nierop and M. EH. N. Mout --List of illustrations --List of abbreviations --K.W. Swart: his career as a historian / Jonathan I. Israel --From 'loyal servant' to 'irreconcilable opponent' of Spain: Koenraad Swart's interpretation of William of Orange, / Alastair Drake --K.W. SWART: WILLIAM OF ORANGE AND THE REVOLT OF.


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William of Orange and the Revolt of the Netherlands, (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History). The figure of Prince William of Orange () dominates the political landscape of the sixteenth century Netherlands, and in many ways personifies the Dutch revolt against Spanish hegemony.

Yet despite the European significance of his struggle, there has not been a major English-language study of William since C.V. Wedgwood's biography.

The figure of Prince William of Orange () dominates the political landscape of the 16th century Netherlands, and in many ways personifies the Dutch revolt against Spanish hegemony.

Yet despite the European significance of his struggle, there has not been a major English-language study of William since C.V. Wedgwood's biography published in Get this from a library.

William of Orange and the revolt of the Netherlands, [K W Swart; Alastair Crawford Duke; Jonathan I Israel; R P Fagel; M E H N Mout; Henk F K van Nierop] -- "The figure of Prince William of Orange () dominates the political landscape of the sixteenth-century Netherlands, and in many ways personifies the Dutch revolt against Spanish hegemony.

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Buy William of Orange and the Revolt of the Netherlands, (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History) 1 by Swart, K.W. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. The figure of Prince William of Orange () dominates the political landscape of the 16th century Netherlands, and in many ways personifies the Dutch revolt against Spanish hegemony.

Yet despite the European significance of his struggle, there has not been a major English-language study of William since C.V. Wedgwood's biography published /5(1). Rate this book. Clear rating. Britain and the Netherlands: Volume VII Church and State Since the Reformation Papers Delivered to the Seventh Anglo-Dutch Historical Conference by.

William of Orange and the Revolt of the Netherlands, by. K.W. Swart, M.E.H.N. Mout,/5(1). William I, Prince of Orange (24 April – 10 July ), also known as William the Silent or William the Taciturn (translated from Dutch: Willem de Zwijger), or more commonly known as William of Orange (Dutch: Willem van Oranje), was the main leader of the Dutch Revolt against the Spanish Habsburgs that set off the Eighty Years' War (–) and resulted in the formal independence of.

William of Orange, stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland and Utrecht, played a key role in the Dutch Revolt – at the onset of the Eighty Years War - and the advent of the Dutch Republic. As the prince of Orange he took military and political charge of the rebellion, yet it was his ability to serve as a focus for unity in the chaos of war that.

William I (Willem Frederik, Prince of Orange-Nassau; 24 August – 12 December ) was a Prince of Orange and the third King of the Netherlands and Grand Duke of Luxembourg.

He was the ruler of the Principality of Nassau-Orange-Fulda from until and of the Principality of Orange-Nassau in the year and from until In he proclaimed himself Sovereign Prince of. William the Silent, prince of Orange > and the revolt of the Netherlands, Contributor Names Putnam, Ruth.

[from old catalog] Created / Published New York and London, G. Putnam's sons, Subject Headings. William I, first of the hereditary stadtholders (–84) of the United Provinces of the Netherlands and leader of the revolt of the Netherlands against Spanish rule and the Catholic religion.

William, the eldest son of William, count of Nassau-Dillenburg, grew up in a cultivated Lutheran. William of Orange and the Revolt of the Netherlands, (review) Article in Parergon 23(1) January with 17 Reads How we measure 'reads'. William of Orange ("William the Silent") fought during the religious wars to free the Netherlands from: catholic rule under the Spanish.

During the revolt of the Netherlands, the Protestant forces of William the Silent were based in the northern part of the country, where the majority of the population was. William the Silent: Prince of Orange and the Revolt of the Netherlands by Ruth Putnam Overview - This is a reproduction of a book published before Jonathan I.

Israel, biographical preface to K.W. Swart, William of Orange and the Revolt of the Netherlands, Aldershot: Ashgate, Aldershot: Ashgate, ^ *"The Miracle of the Dutch Republic as Seen in the Seventeenth Century], [1] inaugural lecture delivered at University College London 6 November William of Orange (william the Silent) fought during the religious wars to free the Netherlands from: Catholic rule under the Spanish During the revolt of the netherlands the protestant forces of William the Silent were based in northern part of the country, where majority of population was.

Philip William inherited his father’s principality, but he had no children and on his death in Maurice took his brother’s place as Prince of Orange. Maurice was a life-long bachelor and in when he died the principality passed to William’s youngest son Frederick William whose grandson was to inherit the throne of England.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. William the Silent, prince of Orange and the revolt of the Netherlands prince of Orange and the revolt of the Netherlands by Putnam, Ruth.

[from old catalog] Publication date He became Prince of Orange in and is thereby the founder of the branch House of Orange-Nassau. William was the leader of the Dutch revolt against ruling King Philip II of Spain, a struggle that set off the Eighty Years' War and that resulted in the independence of the United Provinces of The Netherlands in This book has been cited by the following publications.

Pollmann, Judith, Catholic Identity and the Revolt of the Netherlands, – (Oxford: William of Orange and the Revolt of the Netherlands, –84, with introductory chapters by Duke, Alastair and Israel, Jonathan I.