|Uniform title||Kaiser Ferdinand III. (1608-1657). English|
|Portion of title
||Emperor Ferdinand III (1608-1657)
||Central European studies
Central European studies.
||"This English-language translation of Mark Hengerer's Kaiser Ferdinand III: 1608-1657 Eine Biographie is based on an analysis of the weekly reports sent by the papal nuncio's office to the Vatican. These reports give detailed information about the daily whereabouts of the dynasty, courtiers, and foreign visitors, and they contain the gossip of the court in addition to weekly analysis of some political problems. This material enabled the author to report on daily life of the dynasty and to analyze the circumstances under which policy was made, which has led to a balance between the personality of Ferdinand III and the problems with which he dealt. In this biography, Hengerer provides answers to the question: Why did it take the emperor more than ten years to end a devastating war, the traumatizing effects of which on central Europe lasted into the twentieth century, particularly since there was no hope of victory against his foreign adversaries from the very moment he came into power?"-- Provided by publisher.
|General note||Originally published in German as Kaiser Ferdinand III. (1608-1657) Eine Biographie.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Language||Translated from the original German into English.|
|Translation of||Translation of: Hengerer, Mark. Kaiser Ferdinand III. (1608-1657). 9783205777656|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Hengerer, Mark Sven, 1971- Making peace in an age of war West Lafayette : Purdue University Press,  9781612495927|