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Louis XIV and the Origins of the Dutch War (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History) Paperback – 13 Feb 2003


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This stylish and highly entertaining account of the origins of the Franco-Dutch War of 1672 is based on massive archival researches covering twelve countries. Professor Sonnino chronicles a story of bitter division, in the course of which the contrasting personalities of the king and of his most intimate advisors emerge in vivid detail.

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On August 14, 1667, the handsome 28-year-old Louis XIV of France, accompanied by his brother, by ministers, generals, courtiers, and by an army of 25,000 men, was laying siege in the hot sun to the great Flemish city of Lille. Read the first page
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