Richelieu tries to persuade German rulers to urge Wallenstein's dismissal (47 words)

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Cardinal Richelieu sends his confidant Father Joseph (l'Eminence Grise) as a diplomatic agent, to persuade the princes and electors of Germany, currently meeting at Ratisbon, to demand the dismissal of Wallenstein. Richelieu hopes that this will embarass Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II, and halt his aggressive aspirations.

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Editors. "Richelieu tries to persuade German rulers to urge Wallenstein's dismissal". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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