The Holy Roman Empire Paperback – 12 Sep 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
The work is most useful in understanding the part played by the Popes in European politics until the reformation and the rise of greater Germany, concluding with the supremacy of Prussia.
This is not only an excellent book for the student of politics or religion and is a useful continuation from Gibbon's Fall of the Roman Empire.
. The text was originally published in 1871 - so take that into account, if you're looking for the story to flow smoothly, and provide information you seek in a comfortable way. IT's NOT AN EASY READ..!
But, it's all there.......the information pours forth, together with the numerous references you expect within such a work.
I am sure it's probably worth a higher star rating, if you've studied European history at university - but I didn't..!
But I was not disappointed with this one a concise and as accurate book on of Europe's greatest Empires.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is learned, it contains a multitude of facts, but it is very dry and boring. So unlike a later Viscount, John Julius Norwich's fabulously readable Byzantium.Published 13 months ago by H. M. Sykes
Informative but very waffly, much longer that it needs to bePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
A respected scholar with many facts available uses two long sentences where one, short, would do.
I learnt lots from his arduous read, gained a cultural insight,... Read more