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eBook The Hispanic World in Crisis and Change, 1598-1700 (History of Spain) ePub

by John Lynch

  • ISBN: 0631176977
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: John Lynch
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackwell Pub (July 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 464
  • ePub book: 1816 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1701 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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John Lynch was born on 11 January 1927 in Boldon, County Durham, in northern . The Hispanic world in crisis and change, 1598-1700 (Oxford 1992). New Worlds: A Religious History of Latin America (Palgrave 2012).

John Lynch was born on 11 January 1927 in Boldon, County Durham, in northern England. He married Wendy Kathleen Norman in 1960, both are Catholic. Lynch studied at the University of Edinburgh (MA, 1952), and at the University of London (P. Massacre in the Pampas, 1872: Britain and Argentina in the age of migration (Oklahoma 1998). Simon Bolivar: A Life (New Haven 2006). San Martin: Argentine Soldier, American Hero (New Haven 2009).

John Lynch is Emeritus Professor of Latin American History at the University of London.

Lists with This Book. John Lynch is Emeritus Professor of Latin American History at the University of London.

List of Illustrations and Maps. 1. The Hispanic World in 1600. 2. The Government of Philip III. 3. Recession and Reaction. 4. Olivares, Castile and Imperial Spain. 5. The Great Crisis: 1640 and After. 6. Society and Economy. 7. American Trade: Recession and Revival.

Hispanic World in Crisis. has been added to your Basket. This book has -at least- three strong points on its favor, which makes it very advisable to read: a) it takes great pains to explain -not only to describe- the Spain of the XVII century (a period far less known than the Spain of the. XVI century); b) it includes a very relevant section on Spanish America, which is not common in books written on this period; and c) it is reasonable easy to read. I should have rated this book "four and a half" starts.

Published July 1992 by Blackwell Publishers.

found in the catalog. The Hispanic World in Crisis and Change, 1598-1700 (History of Spain). Published July 1992 by Blackwell Publishers.

ISBN13:9780631193975. Release Date:December 1994.

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The seventeenth century has gained enormously from the resurgence of historical studies in Spain and from the contributions of historians outside the penninsula.

Spain, 1516-1598: from nation state to world empire (Oxford 1992).

The Hispanic world in crisis and change, 1598-1700. Oxford, UK ; Cambridge, Mass. USA : Blackwell, 1992. Lynch, John, Spain under the Habsburgs. Oxford, England : Basil Blackwell, 1981. John Lynch, The Hispanic world in crisis and change, 1598-1700.

This revised and expanded version of the author's "Spain Under the Habsburgs, Volume II" examines the regimes of Philip III and Lerma, and Philip IV and Olivares, the mid-century revolutions, the progress of depression, the balance of progress and poverty under Charles II, and the relations between Spain and her colonies.