4 edition of Philip of Spain and the Netherlands found in the catalog.
Philip of Spain and the Netherlands
Cecil John Cadoux
|LC Classifications||DH187.5 .C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 251 p.|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||48012879|
Philip II was an important Spanish king. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, family life, achievements and fun facts about his life. children: Carlos, Charles Laurence Philip II of Spain, Diego, Ferdinand, Infanta Catherine Michelle of Spain, Isabella Clara Eugenia, Marie of Spain, Philip III of Spain, Prince of Asturias. Philip II, king of Spain, was a study in contrasts. Deeply religious and committed to the Catholic cause, he was also shockingly violent and ruthless toward his enemies. Leader of millions, he was a solitary and reclusive man who avoided contact with most people. This beautifully illustrated book attempts to examine and explain this fascinating enigma.
After Philip’s father abdicated in , he split his empire and handed his son control of Spain, as well as his territories in the Americas and the Netherlands. Spain was Europe’s dominant. The council had received urgent warnings from colleagues that “all Italy is plainly saying that if the troubles in the Netherlands continue, Milan and Naples will follow,” and so it advised Philip that “if the Netherlands situation is not remedied, it will bring about the loss of Spain Author: Ehoward.
The History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain, Volume 3 Henry Holland honour hopes horse immediately inhabitants king of Spain kingdom late liberty Low Countries marquis Mayenne Meteren Netherlands obliged occasion officers parties peace perceived person persuaded Philip Pope possession present Prince About Google Books. January: Philip II was crowned King of Spain after Charles V abdicated to retire to a monastery (Philip had already been given Naples, the Netherlands, Sicily and Milan by his father) 5 Feb Henry II of France and Philip II of Spain signed the truce of Vaucelles between France and Spain.
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Impoverished and exhausted after fifty years of incessant warfare, the great Spanish Empire at the turn of the sixteenth century negotiated treaties with its three most powerful enemies: England, France, and the Netherlands.
This intriguing book examines the strategies that led King Philip III to extend the laurel branch to his by: Philip of Spain and the Netherlands an essay on moral judgments in history.
by Cecil John Cadoux. Published by Archon Books in [Hamden, Conn.]. Written in EnglishAuthor: Cecil John Cadoux. This book is a delight for readers of Henry Kamen's earlier studies, such as his biography of Philip II, Philip of Spain.
Any student of Spanish history, or the history of the early eighteenth century in Europe, would greatly profit from reading the clear and bright English of Kamen's work on Philip V/5(16).
this book is easy to read and has many details on Phillip of Spain and also his father, Charles V and his unfortunate son, Don Carlos. A must read for people interested in Spainish and also English history. Detailed account of his marriage to Mary TudourCited by: - Philip of Spain and the Netherlands book Philip of Spain and the Netherlands: An Essay on Moral Judgements book online at best prices in India on Read Philip of Spain and the Netherlands: An Essay on Moral Judgements book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : C.J.
Cadoux. Philip II of Spain (Spanish: Felipe II; 21 May – 13 September ), called "the Prudent" (el Prudente), was King of Spain (–98), King of Portugal (–98, as Philip I, Filipe I), King of Naples and Sicily (both from ), and jure uxoris King of England and Ireland (during his marriage to Queen Mary I from –58).
He was also Duke of Milan. A vast archive of documents, unread since the sixteenth century, revises the portrait of Spain’s best-known king Philip II is not only the most famous king in Spanish history, but one of the most famous monarchs in English history: the man who married Mary Tudor and later launched the Spanish Armada against her sister Elizabeth I/5(30).
The Dutch Netherlands We, the Netherlands, declare our independence from Spain and are hereby known as the Dutch Netherlands. We have declared this independence due to our desire to follow our Protestant religion.
Although many will not officially give us recognition for a long time, we would like to declare our independence now. Under these conditions, the territory began to decline. Spanish control was lost when Charles II of Spain died without issue (), naming Philip, duc d’Anjou of France as his successor (as Philip V).
The Spanish Netherlands was ruled for six years by Bourbon France and occupied for another seven by British and Dutch troops. Philip II was born onin Valladolid, was the son of Charles V—the reigning Holy Roman emperor—and Isabella of was prepared to succeed Charles almost from birth.
As a child, Philip sometimes received secret memoranda from his father reminding him of the responsibility he bore as his father’s successor and warning him to be wary of advisers. Philip II of Spain--ruler of the most extensive empire the world had ever known--has been viewed in a harsh and negative light since his death in Identified with repression, bigotry, and fanaticism by his enemies, he has been judged more by the political events of his reign than by his person.
This book, published four hundred years after Philip's death, is the first full-scale biography 3/5(6). the grand strategy of philip ii by geoffrey parker should be required reading for anyone in strategic policy making positions or for that matter anyone who just wants to read great history.
rich in details and large in scope. this book is truly a by: InPhilip, Joanna and a large part of the Burgundian court travelled to Spain to receive fealty from the Cortes of Castile as heirs, a journey chronicled in intense detail by Antoon I van Lalaing (French: Antoine de Lalaing), the future Stadtholder of Holland and : Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor.
This important new book sheds new light on Philip II of Spain, England's forgotten sovereign. Previous accounts of Mary's brief re The Spanish Armada conjures up images of age-old rivalries, bravery, and treachery/5. Philip, son of Charles, was now count of Holland and king of Spain.
He went to England and married the princess, generally known as "Bloody Mary," and prevailed upon her and the government of England to declare war against France. He assembled in the Netherlands an army of nea men, 12, of whom were cavalry. Philip IV (Spanish: Felipe, Portuguese: Filipe; 8 April – 17 September ) was King of Spain and (as Philip III) ascended the thrones in and reigned in Spain until his death and in Portugal until Philip is remembered for his patronage of the arts, including such artists as Diego Velázquez, and his rule over Spain during the Thirty Years' : 8 AprilRoyal Palace of Valladolid, Valladolid.
Philip of Spain and the Netherlands. London, Lutterworth Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: Philip, King of Spain; Philip, King of Spain; Philip, King of Spain: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Cecil John Cadoux.
Philip's reign saw a growing decline in Spain's economy, partly as a result of the expulsion (–14) of the Moriscos, while the grandees accumulated huge estates and the church prospered. Yet Spanish culture was in the midst of a glorious period which gave the. Add tags for "Philip of Spain and the Netherlands; an essay on moral judgments in history.".
All user tags (1) View most popular tags as: tag list | tag cloud. The area concerned was part of the Habsburg Empire and known as the Spanish to his abdication inthe area was run by Charles V and for all his faults – especially his financial burdening of the region with regards to taxes – he was a Burgundian and he spoke Flemish.
His successor, Philip II did not and he was also not a Burgundian. Philip grew up surrounded by books written by the geniuses of western civilisation. Among volumes acquired for him by Calvet inbought in Salamanca and Medina del Campo but for the most part.Philip V (Spanish: Felipe V, French: Philippe, Italian: Filippo; 19 December – 9 July ) was King of Spain from 1 November to his abdication in favour of his son Louis on 14 Januaryand from his reaccession of the throne upon his son's death, 6 September to his own death on 9 July Before his reign, Philip occupied an exalted place in the royal family of France Born: 19 DecemberPalace of Versailles, France.Philip III (Spanish: Felipe; 14 April – 31 March ) was King of was also, as Philip II, King of Portugal, Naples, Sicily and Sardinia and Duke of Milan from until his death.
A member of the House of Habsburg, Philip III was born in Madrid to King Philip II of Spain and his fourth wife and niece Anna, the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II and Maria of : 14 AprilMadrid, Spain.