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|Description:||XXIV, 368 S. : Kt.|
|Contents:||Table of contents Table of maps Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction 1. Peasants, priests and soldiers: The Swiss Confederation in the Late Middle Ages 2. Zwingli and Zurich 3. The spread of the Reformation 4. War and disaster 1529-1534 5. Consolidation and turmoil 1534-1566 6. The radical challenge 7. Church building 8. Church and society 9. International Zwinglianism 10. Culture of the Swiss Reformation Chronology Principal figures Further reading Index|
|Series Title:||New frontiers in history|
'A very thoughtful and engaging account of the Swiss Reformation, broad in its perspectives and meticulous in the details of its scholarship. This will quickly emerge as the standard work in the