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Author Herzstein, Robert Edwin, editor.

Title The Holy Roman Empire in the Middle Ages; universal state or German catastrophe?.

Publication Info. Boston : Heath [1966]


Location Call No. Status
 Manchester, Main Library - Non Fiction  937    Check Shelf
Description xvi, 78 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Problems in European civilization
Problems in European civilization.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1.The introductory debate over the Holy Roman Empire: The empire as the bane of German history / Heinrich von Sybel ; The Holy Roman Empire paralleled medievsal Germany's rise and fall / Julius Ficker -- 2. A great German national state: The greatest epoch of the German people / Jihannes Haller ; German emperors and German culture under the Franconians / Karl Lamprecht ; The medieval empire made Germany a nation / Dietrich Schaefer ; Strengths and weaknesses of the imperial administration / Albert Brackmann ; The medieval emperors were realists : towards an objective evaluation / Geoffrey Barraclough -- 3. An unrealistic revival and a German catastrophe: Disaster in pursuing the course of Charlemagne / Alexander Cartellieri ; The ant-national empire throttled German development for centuries / Georg von Below -- 4. The Holy Roman Empire as universal Christian idea: The history of the Holy Roman Empire must be deduced from its theory / James Bryce ; The empire as peace-giver to the world / Ricarda Huch ; A Christian and Roman concept that fulfilled its mission / Heinrich von Srbik ; The empire as a regency for God on earth / Friedrich Heer.
Subject Holy Roman Empire -- History.
Middle Ages.
Heilige Roomse rijk der Duitse Natie.
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