Title: Patriots and Liberators: Revolution In The ...
Publication Date: 1977
Edition: 1st Edition.
New York. 1977. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. 745 pages. April 1977. hardcover. Jacket design by Robert Anthony. 0394485165. keywords: Holland History Revolution. inventory # 23615. FROM THE PUBLISHER - How the Dutch Republic of the Netherlands went from the powerful cash till of Europe to an impoverished and despised appendage of the French empire. From the brilliant historian who gave us Citizens and Dead Certainties, an innovative and grandly entertaining account of an empire in its death throes. How the Dutch Republic went from the powerful cash till of Europe to an impoverished and despised appendage of the French empire is the subject of this scrupulously researched work. 16 pages of photographs. Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. Bookseller Inventory # 23615
Synopsis: How the Dutch Republic of the Netherlands went from the powerful cash till of Europe to an impoverished and despised appendage of the French empire.
From the Publisher: "An outstanding work of historical scholarship...The conclusions are original and this is a magnificent contribution to European history." --J. H. Plumb
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