Thursday, August 18, 2005

What if the English Civil War happened ten years earlier?

A while back, Mark Kleiman posed this interesting question, on the assumption that additional Protestant troops might have made a difference in the Thirty Years' War, perhaps resulting in a decisive Protestant victory rather than the Peace of Westphalia which was basically a draw. But expert opinion, it seems, is that it probably wouldn't have made any difference.


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