Count Thurn calls anti-Hapsburg Bohemian Protestants to Prague

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  • The Literary Encyclopedia. Volume Czech and Slovak Writing and Culture.

Count Thurn, leader of the anti-Hapsburg Bohemian Protestants, calls an assembly to Prague to protest to the Regents about the recent oppression by the Catholic minority.
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Editors. "Count Thurn calls anti-Hapsburg Bohemian Protestants to Prague". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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