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Philip II

Author: William Thomas Walsh
Publisher: London ; New York : Sheed & Ward, 1937.
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Walsh, William Thomas, 1891-1949.
Philip II.
London, New York, Sheed & Ward, 1937
(OCoLC)580689735
Named Person: Philip, King of Spain; Philip, King of Spain
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Thomas Walsh
OCLC Number: 2982370
Notes: "First edition."
Description: xvi pages, 1 leaf, 770 pages : frontispiece, illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Contents: Philip is born and Rome is sacked --
The childhood of Philip --
Henry the Eighth's divorce --
Philip's first marriage --
Philip as regent of Spain --
Philip and Maximilian --
Philip looks toward England --
Philip's second marriage --
Philip, Mary and Elizabeth --
Philip wars against the pope --
England at the death of Mary Tudor --
William Cecil and his friends --
The Spanish Inquisition is revived --
Philip's third marriage --
Catherine de' Medici --
Freemasonry in the sixteenth century --
Illness of Don Carlos --
Trouble in the low countries --
Philip's Catholic outlook --
Protestant uprising in Flanders --
Don Carlos - problem child --
How did Don Carlos die? --
The subtle diplomacy of Philip --
The Turkish menace --
The battle of Lepanto --
St. Bartholomew's eve --
Don Juan of Austria --
The "Spanish fury" at Antwerp --
Destruction of Don Juan of Austria --
The Spanish triumph in Flanders --
The invincible armada --
The European scene --
Death at its most terrible.
Responsibility: by William Thomas Walsh.

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