Die Personalunionen von Sachsen-Polen 1697-1763 und by Rex Rexheuser

By Rex Rexheuser

Das Buch vereint die Beitrage einer Konferenz polnischer, britischer und deutscher Historiker, die vom 20. bis zum 22. November 1997 in Dresden stattfand. Aus dem Inhalt: Thronbesteigung und Thronwechsel: bestimmende Faktoren bei Grundung und Fortsetzung der Personalunion; Das politische Verhaltnis zwischen den Staaten der Personalunion: Institutionen und ProzedurenDas politische Verhaltnis zwischen den Staaten der Personalunion: Interessen und ZielePersonalunion und Kulturkontakt: der Hof als Schauplatz und Vermittler kultureller WechselwirkungenEin Herrscher - zwei Staaten: die Personalunion als challenge des Monarche

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It once and for all defined the future status of the prince bishoprics by pragmatically substituting an updated ‘Normaljahr’ for any solution based on legal interpretations; it finally accepted Calvinists as a sub-species of Lutherans; and it stipulated a system of concurrent majorities in all confessional disputes, thus preventing the Protestant minority of princes and electors from being outvoted at the diet in matters of religion. All three provisions, incidentally, were solutions that symbolized a very un-Germanic triumph of expediency over principle.

42 True, those peace feelers were not on a level with the imperial–Swedish negotiations of the 1640s; but the important thing is they were not even allowed to proceed because Richelieu felt compelled to reject any separate peace out of hand. In fact, the Dutch, who did not want either France or Sweden to win too resoundingly, were the only ones, behind their river barrier and emboldened by their global network, who contemplated the prospect of diplomatic isolation with apparent equanimity, once the separation of Portugal from Spain had made it pointless for them to continue with a war that had become a three-cornered contest.

Jahrhundert, ed. O. Asbach et al. (Berlin, 2001), 123–43. Very useful is also J. ), A Union for Empire. Political Thought and the British Union of 1707 (Cambridge, 1995), 3–36. 3 See H. , ed. V. Press (Munich, 1995), 179–87, esp. 179. 4 The first appear to be G. de Molinari, L’abbé de Saint-Pierre. Membre exclu de l’Académie française. Sa vie et ses œuvres (Paris, 1857), and E. Goumy, É tude sur la vie et les écrits de l’Abbé de Saint-Pierre (Paris, 1859). Cf. also J. H. Post, La société des nations de l’Abbé de SaintPierre (Amsterdam, 1932).

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