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The Hanoverian Succession


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Introduction, Michael Schaich. Part I Dynastic Legacies: The Hanoverian monarchy and the legacy of late Stuart kingship, Ronald G. Asch; The House of Brunswick-Luneburg and the Holy Roman Empire: the making of a patriotic dynasty, 1648-1714?, Martin Wrede. Part II Representing Protestantism: George I, the Hanoverian succession, and religious dissent, David Wykes; Hanover-Britain and the Protestant cause, 1714-1760, Andrew C. Thompson; The Hanoverians and the colonial churches, Jeremy Gregory. Part III Image Policies: The Hanoverian monarchy and the culture of representation, Tim Blanning; 'Every inch not a king': the bodies of the (first two) Hanoverians, Robert Bucholz; Monarchy, affection and empire: the Hanoverian dynasty in 18th-century America, Brendan McConville; Visions of kingship in Britain under George III and George IV, G.M. Ditchfield. Part IV Contested Loyalties: The Hanoverian succession and the politicisation of the British army, Hannah Smith; Jacobitism and the Hanoverian monarchy, Gabriel Glickman; The alternative to the House of Hanover: The Stuarts in exile, 1714-1745, Edward Corp; Radical popular attitudes to the monarchy in Britain during the French Revolution, Amanda Goodrich. Index.

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Andreas Gestrich is Director of the German Historical Institute London. His present research interests comprise the history of family, childhood and youth, the history of poverty and poor relief, media history and the social history of religious groups. His publications include, among others, Absolutismus und Offentlichkeit: Politische Kommunikation in Deutschland zu Beginn des 18. Jahrhunderts (1994), Familie im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert (1999) and (ed. with Christiane Eisenberg) Cultural Industries in Britain and Germany: Sport, Music and Entertainment from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century (2012). Michael Schaich is Deputy Director of the German Historical Institute London. His current research focuses on the symbolic representation of the British monarchy and state during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. His publications include Staat und Offentlichkeit im Kurfurstentum Bayern der Spataufklarung (2001), (ed.) Monarchy and Religion: The Transformation of Royal Culture in Eighteenth-Century Europe (2007) and (ed. with R.J.W. Evans and Peter H. Wilson) The Holy Roman Empire, 1495-1806 (2011).

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