The Protestant Interest in Cromwell's Foreign Relations (Paperback)
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Focusing on the role that religion played in the foreign policy of Oliver Cromwell's England, Jacob N Bowman's The Protestant Interest in Cromwell's Foreign Relations offers a fresh perspective on the era's political and diplomatic complexities. Drawing on a range of primary sources and historical scholarship, Bowman provides a compelling argument for the centrality of religious anxieties and aspirations in shaping Cromwell's foreign policy decisions.
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