CROMWELLIAN FOREIGN POLICY

VENNING Timothy

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Título: CROMWELLIAN FOREIGN POLICY
Editorial: Macmillan, 1995

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Descripción Palgrave MacMillan, United Kingdom, 1995. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1995 ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The Protectorate s foreign relations are among the most misunderstood aspects of a little-known period of British history, usually seen as an interlude between regicide and Restoration. Yet Cromwell s unique political and military position and current European conflicts enabled him to play a crucial role in international affairs, playing off France against Spain and arousing Catholic fears. Financial and security problems determined the nature of Cromwell s policies, but he achieved great influence among his neighbours in five turbulent years Until recent studies the Protectorate has been regarded as a political cul-de-sac lying uncomfortably between regicide and Restoration. Its foreign relations presented outdated Elizabethan hatred of declining Spain, neglect of rising French and Dutch power, and excessive admiration of Protestant Sweden. A close study of Cromwell s domestic and international position in 1653 casts new light on his problems and successes, restoring pragmatism above religious idealism as the determining factor despite Cromwell s undoubted miscalculations. It is to his credit that England s international prestige stood at its highest during the century in 1658, helped by his unprecedently powerful (though expensive) armed forces. Despite unpopularity and subversion at home, and a narrow base of support, Cromwell utilised the Franco-Spanish war to auction his services between them, obtained England s only Continental foothold after 1558, and pressed his claim as leader of European Protestantism at a time of renewed religious tension. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9780333678398

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Descripción Palgrave MacMillan, United Kingdom, 1995. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1995 ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The Protectorate s foreign relations are among the most misunderstood aspects of a little-known period of British history, usually seen as an interlude between regicide and Restoration. Yet Cromwell s unique political and military position and current European conflicts enabled him to play a crucial role in international affairs, playing off France against Spain and arousing Catholic fears. Financial and security problems determined the nature of Cromwell s policies, but he achieved great influence among his neighbours in five turbulent years Until recent studies the Protectorate has been regarded as a political cul-de-sac lying uncomfortably between regicide and Restoration. Its foreign relations presented outdated Elizabethan hatred of declining Spain, neglect of rising French and Dutch power, and excessive admiration of Protestant Sweden. A close study of Cromwell s domestic and international position in 1653 casts new light on his problems and successes, restoring pragmatism above religious idealism as the determining factor despite Cromwell s undoubted miscalculations. It is to his credit that England s international prestige stood at its highest during the century in 1658, helped by his unprecedently powerful (though expensive) armed forces. Despite unpopularity and subversion at home, and a narrow base of support, Cromwell utilised the Franco-Spanish war to auction his services between them, obtained England s only Continental foothold after 1558, and pressed his claim as leader of European Protestantism at a time of renewed religious tension. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9780333678398

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Descripción Palgrave MacMillan, United Kingdom, 1995. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1995 ed.. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The Protectorate s foreign relations are among the most misunderstood aspects of a little-known period of British history, usually seen as an interlude between regicide and Restoration. Yet Cromwell s unique political and military position and current European conflicts enabled him to play a crucial role in international affairs, playing off France against Spain and arousing Catholic fears. Financial and security problems determined the nature of Cromwell s policies, but he achieved great influence among his neighbours in five turbulent years Until recent studies the Protectorate has been regarded as a political cul-de-sac lying uncomfortably between regicide and Restoration. Its foreign relations presented outdated Elizabethan hatred of declining Spain, neglect of rising French and Dutch power, and excessive admiration of Protestant Sweden. A close study of Cromwell s domestic and international position in 1653 casts new light on his problems and successes, restoring pragmatism above religious idealism as the determining factor despite Cromwell s undoubted miscalculations. It is to his credit that England s international prestige stood at its highest during the century in 1658, helped by his unprecedently powerful (though expensive) armed forces. Despite unpopularity and subversion at home, and a narrow base of support, Cromwell utilised the Franco-Spanish war to auction his services between them, obtained England s only Continental foothold after 1558, and pressed his claim as leader of European Protestantism at a time of renewed religious tension. Nº de ref. de la librería LIE9780333678398

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