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Holy Roman Empire


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  • proper n. A political conglomeration of lands in Central Europe from at least 962 CE until 1806.

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  • n. a political entity in Europe that began with the papal coronation of Otto I as the first emperor in 962 and lasted until 1806 when it was dissolved by Napoleon


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  • From his earliest manhood he had followed the drum, first under the veteran Dutch commanders in their long war against Catholic Spain and then under the greatest captain of the age, the veritable 'Lion of the North', King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, in his homeric struggle against the Imperial tyranny of the Holy Roman Empire on behalf of German Protestantism. ''

    War Game

  • Historical and political writer, etc. The Holy Roman Empire (1862), Transcaucasia and

    A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature

  • And looking at history, we see Catholic France and Spain attaining the zenith of their national grandeur, whilst Germany was undermining and disintegrating that Holy Roman Empire vested in the German nation — an empire which was its glory, its strength, the source and mainstay of its culture and prosperity.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss


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