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This volume deals with the strategies of the Counter-Reformation in the far North during the Thirty Years' War, and untangles the policies and motives that led to the conversion of Queen Christina of Sweden to Roman Catholicism in 1965.
This volume deals with Jesuit educational strategy in the far North with a view to infiltrating the body politic of the Scandinavian kingdoms. Reactions and counter-reactions are traced as far as extant authentic and original documents permit.
This study presents the religious factor in the development of a separatistic group identity among the forebears of the Afrikaners during the Dutch colonial period of South African history. The dominant strain of Dutch Reformed covenantal thought conveyed to South Africa treated the entire ...
Edited by C. Berkvens-Stevelinck, H. Bots, P.G. Hoftijzer and O.S. Lankhorst
In 1990 an international colloquium was held at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS), under the title "'Le Magasin de l'Univers.' The Dutch Republic as the Centre of the European Book Trade". This volume brings together the twenty-two ...
The book analyzes the process of adaptation of Jews to the Surinamese environment in the second half of the eighteenth century. The analysis covers the aspects of migration, climate and health, economy, intellectual life, and community. The book establishes a methodology for environment studies ...
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