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The Holy Roman Empire

A German Nation. From the End of Middle Ages till 1806

by Stollberg-Rilinger, Barbara

When Francis II abdicated the crown on August 6, 1806, he also declared that the Holy Roman Empire had been dissolved.

This book offers a well-researched account of the empire from the end of the Middle Ages to 1806. Although it has very little in common with ideas of modern statehood, Stollberg-Rilinger explains how the Holy Roman Empire influenced and helped shaped Germany well into the future.

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