Book - Elizabeth I - Religion And Foreign Affairs
Hodder & Stoughton
Elizabeth I - Religion And Foreign Affairs
Elizabeth I: religion and foreign affairs
The first of two volumes covering the reign of Elizabeth I, this title examines the central issues of religion and foreign affairs throughout the period 1558-1603. The text traces the Elizabethan religious settlement and, in particular, the impact of Elizabeth's own responses to the pressures of Catholics and Protestants alike. A second volume, "Elizabeth and the Government of England" will complete the series' coverage of the political history of the Tudors. This is part of the "Access to History" series which is designed for A-level and Higher Grade students, and first year undergraduates, and includes a text, a selection of source material, chronological tables and summary flow-chart diagrams.