By Jonathan I. Israel
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Jonathan Israel's 1,231-page blockbuster types the inaugural quantity of a brand new sequence, the Oxford historical past of Early glossy Europe, and provides a complete, built-in account of the northern a part of the Netherlands over nearly 350 years… The Dutch Republic represents the fruit of 12 years of analysis, contemplation and writing, and brims over with fascinating detail.
— The manhattan occasions publication Review
Israel plays the good carrier of charting a direction via this literature and provides a coherent and finished photo of the Dutch Republic… accomplished in scope and but so basically and thoroughly written that it could possibly function a textbook for graduate historical past classes. since it is so completely researched and updated, it's also the type of imperative instruction manual that merits a spot on each early modernist's bookshelf.
— American ancient Review
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Subsequently, they annexed Namur (1421), Hainault (1428), Holland and Zeeland (1425–8), Luxemburg (1451), and eventually also Gelderland (1473). 23 But whilst the Burgundian Netherlands was the first state in the Low Countries since 23 Blockmans, 'Corruptie', 241; De Schepper, Belgium Nostrum, 4–7. Page 22 24 Carolingian times extending both south and north of the rivers, it was undeniably a state based on the south. North of the rivers, though, French was in some degree an alienating factor since local élites there were unaccustomed to its use.
Many a foreign 1 Swart, Miracle, 3. Meanwhile, the political institutions of the Republic, according to most foreign observers, were worthier of contempt than admiration. But those who did 2 De Vries, Barges and Capitalism, 11416. 9. 4 Davids, 'Technische ontwikkeling', 13–17. But as the English ambassador Sir William Temple 5 Quoted in Cohen, Séjour de SaintÉvremond, 2. 23377. 7 Bientjes, Holland und die Holländer, 22. De Hooghe was obliged to move from Amsterdam to Haarlem to avoid trial 8 Temple, Observations, 134.
Ccxlviii. 25 Blockmans and Prevenier, Bourgondische Nederlanden, 211. 26 Van Uytven, 'Splendour or Wealth', 1046. 1494), born and trained in the Rhineland, became the foremost painter of Bruges. 27 Politically and culturally Holland was thus in some respects subordinated to the needs and interests of southern élites and a Burgundian court residing in Brussels. The Order of the Golden Fleece gathered twentythree times between 1430 and 1559, on all but two occasions south of the rivers. 30 It was also a means of preventing whole towns from obstructing his rule or deciding to rebel.
The Dutch Republic: Its Rise, Greatness, and Fall 1477–1806 (Oxford History of Early Modern Europe) by Jonathan I. Israel