Title: Dopisy z Konstantinopole. Gábor Bethlen, dánský vpád do středu Evropy a Sir Thomas Roe
Authors: Mišaga, Vít
Citation: Bohemiae occidentalis historica: odborný časopis pro české dějiny s důrazem na západní Čechy a s přesahy do příhraničních regionů, zvláště do Bavorska. 2019, roč. 5, č. 2.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: viaCentrum
Document type: článek
URI: https://old.fpe.zcu.cz/export/sites/fpe/khi/Dokumenty/BOH/BOH_2_2019.pdf
ISSN: 2336-7547
Keywords: Sir Thomas Roe;Gabor Bethlen;Dánská fáze třicetileté války;Dánská invaze na Slezsko a Moravu;1626–1627;Osmanská říše;Anglická zahraniční politika;James I. (VI.);Christian IV;Peter Ernst von Mansfeld;Edward Conway
Keywords in different language: Sir Thomas Roe;Gabor Bethlen;Danish Phase of the Thirty Years‘ War;Danish Invasion in Silesia and Moravia;1626–1627;Ottoman Empire;English foreign policy;James I. (VI.);Christian IV;Peter Ernst von Mansfeld;Edward Conway
Abstract in different language: The invasion of Silesia and Moravia in 1626–1627 was intended by the Hague alliance to achieve strategic dominance over the growing strength of the Habsburg -Catholic side in the Holy Roman Empire. The goal of this study is to provide a diff erent perspective on this history trying also to answer the ques tion, what the role of Transylvania was in this action. Especially the edition of the diplomatic correspondence of Sir Thomas Roe, the English Ambassador to Constantinople, helps in analysing the position of Bethlen, the English foreign policy towards himself and the related events at the Sublime Porte
Rights: © viaCentrum
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