George of Bohemia, King of Heretics, by Frederick G. Heymann.

Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1965.

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Subjects Austria, Böhmen -- History.
Austria, Böhmen -- Nobility.
Bohemia (Czech Republic) -- History -- 1403-1526.
Bohême (République tchèque) -- Histoire -- Jusqu'à 1526.
Czech Republic -- Bohemia.
Czech Republic -- History.
Czechoslovakia, Čechy -- History.
Georges de Poděbrady, roi de Bohême, 1420-1471.
Jiri z Podebrad, King of Bohemia, 1420-1471.
Jiří, z Poděbrad, King of Bohemia, 1420-1471.
Description xvi, 671 pages illustrations, maps, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 621-655).
Contents Interregnum and anarchy -- The first great duel: Podebrady versus Rosenberg -- The conquest of the regency -- An unwanted missionary: John of Capistrano -- The boy-king and the regent -- The work of reconstruction -- The Turks, Hungary, and tragedy -- Georgius, Dei gratia Bohemiae Rex -- Foreign policy and general recognition -- Wider horizons? -- The religious struggle reopened -- Rome and Prague: the first open clash -- A "grand design" -- To save an emperor -- Peace and reform for the empire -- Preparing for the storm -- The barons' rebellion -- The mighty pen: Gregory Heimburg -- But the sword seems mightier -- Mars Hungaricus -- The turning of the tide -- Clearer skies and the end of the road -- The Podebradian phase of history.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Czech Republic [e-xr]
Network Numbers (OCoLC)562571
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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