The Revolution of 1525: The German Peasants' War from a New Perspective

The Revolution of The German Peasants War from a New Perspective A major book that scholars will want to study closely both for its provocative treatment of the interaction of economic and social pressures with politics and ideology and for its many revisions of M

  • Title: The Revolution of 1525: The German Peasants' War from a New Perspective
  • Author: Peter Blickle Thomas A. Brady H.C. Erik Midelfort
  • ISBN: 9780801831621
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • A major book that scholars will want to study closely, both for its provocative treatment of the interaction of economic and social pressures with politics and ideology and for its many revisions of Marxist and non Marxist interpretations Blickle s book will influence scholarship for some time to come Journal of Modern History.Contents The crisis of feudalism and A major book that scholars will want to study closely, both for its provocative treatment of the interaction of economic and social pressures with politics and ideology and for its many revisions of Marxist and non Marxist interpretations Blickle s book will influence scholarship for some time to come Journal of Modern History.Contents The crisis of feudalism and the causes of the revolution The goals of the revolution Christian welfare of the community and brotherly love The consequences of the revolution restoration and cooperation.

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    1 thought on “The Revolution of 1525: The German Peasants' War from a New Perspective”

    1. The most widespread and influential event in European history up until the French Revolution, the Revolution of the Common Man, as it is now called due to the scholarship of this book, has been traditionally characterized, by the ruling classes since 1531, as a Peasants' War. This applied term served to undermine the unified vision of a classless society shared by town and country radicals of the time who were far from a fringe group: it was a popular revolution; and were far from just peasants: [...]

    2. This book provides surprising insight into into the culture of Germany in 1525, and the origins of German marriage restrictions. I was in the middle of reading it and am upset that I had to return the inter-library loan and wait a month before I can order it again.

    3. this is a sociological perspective on the peasants war during the Reformation that puts it into a light that contradicts Luther's views of the magistrates being those through whom the reformation should be carried out.

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