Series: Studies in Central European Histories

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Communal reformation : the quest for salvation in sixteenth-century Germany by Peter Blickle1
German Villages in Crisis: Rural Life in Hesse-Kassel and the Thirty Years' War, 1580-1720 (Studies in German Histories) by John Theibault5
Conflicting visions of reform : German lay propaganda pamphlets, 1519-1530 by Miriam Usher Chrisman7
On the verge of war by Alison D. Anderson13
Ways of Knowing: Ten Interdisciplinary Essays (Studies in Central European Histories) by Mary Lindemann31
Citizenship and Identity in a Multinational Commonwealth : Poland-Lithuania in Context, 1550-1772 by Karin Friedrich46
Queen Liberty : The Concept of Freedom in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth by Anna Grześkowiak-Krwawicz56
European Cities in the Modern Era, 1850-1914 by Friedrich Lenger57

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