Henry VIII and the Anabaptists
Albert Pleysier (Author)
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Henry VIII and the Anabaptists describes a bloody chapter in the reign of the infamous Tudor king. The book begins with the birth of Anabaptism in the city of Zurich and follows the Anabaptists as they search for religious freedom across the European Continent. Intolerant of religious diversity and sensitive to potential threats to his political authority, Henry's suppression ultimately leaves the Anabaptists with two choices: recant or burn. Illustrations, unspecified; Black & White Illustrations
About the Author
Albert Pleysier was born in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He earned his doctor's degree in European History from West Virginia University and is currently a professor at Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia.
- Contributor: Albert Pleysier
- Imprint: University Press of America
- ISBN13: 9780761862970
- Number of Pages: 180
- Packaged Dimensions: 153x227x13mm
- Packaged Weight: 277
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: University Press of America
- Release Date: 2014-04-01
- Binding: Paperback / softback
- Biography: Albert Pleysier was born in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He earned his doctor's degree in European History from West Virginia University and is currently a professor at Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia.
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