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Rebels and rulers, 1560-1660.

Perez Zagorin

Rebels and rulers, 1560-1660.

by Perez Zagorin

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge (etc) .
Written in English


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Pagination231p. ;
Number of Pages231
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Open LibraryOL13713436M

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The book concludes with an insightful discussion of Thucydides as a thinker and philosophic historian. Rebels and rulers, by Perez Zagorin Provincial Rebellion: revolutionary civil wars, by Perez Zagorin. rebel rule provides rebels with information from civilians about the activities of their enemies and rivals within rebel ranks. Equipped with such informa-tion, rebels can use violence selectively to address these challenges. Rule becomes more viable as rebels refrain from mistreating local people and avoid attracting international condemnation.


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We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree to. Rebels & Rulers, 2 — Conspectus, typology, causality by Perez Zagorin. £ Add to basket. The revolutions selected for consideration in this book almost all occurred in the century and a half between the beginning of the sixteenth and the middle of the seventeenth century.

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Isabella I of Spain, for example, had herself crowned queen when her husband, Ferdinand of Aragón, was out of town, making herself co-ruler rather than consort.

Tz’u-hsi, empress of China in the midth century, seized power at age 26 and ruled for the next 47 years, breaking tradition over and over along the way. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker.

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Join our Rebels and Rulers. Show synopsis Rebels and Rulers, is a comparative historical study of revolution in the greatest royal states of Western Europe during the sixteenth and the first half of. History is littered with rebels and because there are so many examples, I’ve specifically chosen rebels with a low social standing.

People with low social origins have more reason to become rebels than members of the upper class, but the rebels that originate from the upper class have a better chance at becoming leaders. That’s why certain famous people are. I bought the book for my daughter, 9, and a niece, 6. It's perfectly written for that sort of age range.

I hope the author writes more of these books -- this one only includes women who became rulers of their country (queens, presidents, prime ministers, etc. -- the majority seem to be from Britain, but also extending to Israel, China, Africa).

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No eBook available Rebels Against the British Rule: Guru Ram Singh and the Kuka Sikhs Nahar Singh, Kirpal Singh Snippet view - Rebels Against the British Rule: Guru Ram.Book Description: Rebel groups are often portrayed as predators, their leaders little more than warlords.

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