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By Théodore de Bèze,Béatrice Nicollier-De Weck,Hippolyte Aubert,Hervé Genton,Alain Dufour

ISBN-10: 2600014330

ISBN-13: 9782600014335

Situation vraiment difficile, dramatique même, que celle de cette petite République de Genève, soutenant depuis trois ans une guerre épuisante contre le grand seigneur voisin, le duc de Savoie, beau-fils du roi d'Espagne, Philippe II. l. a. ville était exsangue, ne sachant plus où emprunter pour tenir encore, réduite à implorer une aide charitable des amis lointains, qui consentiraient, ecu égard à des liens religieux importants, un don même modeste, mais qui permettrait de tenir encore. Dans cette state of affairs, Théodore de Bèze écrivit lettre sur lettre, pour obtenir en quémandant ces quelques miettes indispensables. Et il en résulta quelque selected, grâce aux missions des Genevois Anjorrant aux Pays-Bas, et Liffort dans les can pay de l'Est, Silésie, Hongrie et Pologne, porteurs des messages de M. de Bèze, que tout le monde connaissait. Exemple étonnant d'un second de sympathie internationale, qui fonctionna grâce au réseau des admirateurs du grand théologien. Les discordances, les exagérations, les circonstances extérieures (épuisement de l'ennemi affaibli pour des raisons internationales aussi) n'ont pas manqué non plus. Ceux que cet étonnant "melting-pot" intéresse, liront avec curiosité ces records vibrants.

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