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Urban Decline in Early Modern Germany: Schw?isch Hall and Its Region, 1650-1750 (The James Sprunt Studies in History and Political Science) by Terence McIntosh (1997-03-03)

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  • By A customer on April 27, 2004

    This is one of the most spectacular academic books that I have ever read. McIntosh clearly has a superb knowledge of this topic and he conveys his ideas in a clear, concise prose that is easy to read. As a student of history, I couldn't put this book down until I had read it from cover to cover. This is one of the best works on the urban decline in Early Modern Germany that has yet to be produced and is a must have for any student of European history. This book is a spectacular accomplishment in that the author is able to effectively combine his research with that of others and produce viable historical theories. This is a great read and you won't be sorry for making this purchase!

  • By A customer on May 4, 1999

    This book was by far the most horrid attempt at historical academic work I've ever read. Not to mention the fact that the author is one of the coldest, most mean-hearted men alive, historical ignorance and remedial writing ability permeate this mind-numbing tome. Definitely not a good read!


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