John Žižka and the Hussite revolution / by Frederick G. Heymann.

Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1955.

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Subjects Bohemia (Czech Republic) -- Church history.
Czech Republic -- Bohemia.
Žižka, Jan, approximately 1360-1424.
Žižka, John.
Description x, 521 pages illustrations, maps (1 folded) 25 cm
Copyright Date 1955.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 499-507).
Contents The very pretty chronicle of John Žižka -- Žižka's life before the revolution -- Rising pressures -- The outbreak of the revolution -- Pilgrim's staff or sword? -- Žižka at Tabor -- Sigismund overplays his hand -- The defense of Prague -- The Battle of the Vitkov -- The Four Articles of Prague -- Žižka's return to the South -- Nicholas of Hus and the conflict with Prague -- Conquerors east and west -- The national assembly of Caslav -- God and the Praguers -- The blind leader and his victims -- The time of the Second Crusade -- Sigismund's gravest defeat -- The end of John Zelivsky -- The prince from Lithuania -- A period of disappointments -- The second Tabor -- The law of God and the law of war -- Ark against ark -- The road to Malesov -- Korybut returns and Žižka threatens Prague -- Peace to all Czechs, war to Sigismund -- Death defeats the undefeated -- A man most brave -- The Hussite Revolution after Žižka -- Appendix : The letters and messages of John Žižka.
Genre Church history.
Geographic Area Czech Republic [e-xr]
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1266497
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Heymann, Frederick G. 1900-1983.
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