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State and Nobility in Early Modern Germany: The Knightly Feud in Franconia, 1440–1567 (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History) Hardcover – 8 Jan 1998
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"...Zmora does a sound job of proving the linkage between territorial state-building and noble feuding." Choice
"It is an exceptionally intersting story, told if not always with crystalline clarity, told nonetheless with verve and authority." Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies
This book offers a new paradigm of the history of the German nobility in the early modern period. It shows that, contrary to the prevailing view, the nobility was not in a period of crisis but rather underwent a process of social stratification which, in alliance with the bourgeoisie, was the driving force in early modern Germany.
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