Under the premise that local history can illuminate aspects of the past in ways that few works of broad historical synthesis can ever hope to equal, Christopher Friedrichs draws a comprehensive portrait of the small German city of Nordlingen during a turbulent century and a half of early modern history. In doing so he explores the transition from a traditional to a modern way of life.
Originally published in 1980.
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