<p>Abstract:</p><p>This article examines Austrian Protestants who actively resisted the Habsburg Counterreformation in the early seventeenth century. Since the climax of their activism coincided with the Swedish intervention in the Thirty Yearsâ War, the analysis includes contemporary Swedish policy and the resulting Austro- Swedish relationship. The essay not only explores the historical conflict itself, however, but also uses it as a case study on societal recollection. Austrian nation- building was anchored in a conservative ideological tradition with strong sympathies for the Habsburg legacy. This ideological perspective also influenced the assessment of the confessional period. The modern representation of early modern conflicts reveals the selectivity of historical memory.</p>
Journal of Austrian Studies – University of Nebraska Press
Published: Jul 20, 2018
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