Britain and Bohemia in the Fifteenth Century: The English Struggle Against the Hussite Movement
The kingdom of Bohemia obsessed contemporaries across Europe in the fifteenth century. Beginning in 1415, when an international council burnt the Czech theologian Jan Hus, his followers within Bohemia seized control of the kingdom and freed it from allegiance to king and pope, threatening the ruling elites of Christendom and destabilising political and religious structures across the continent. These developments plunged swathes of Central Europe into brutal conflict, and also saw Czech soldiers, scholars, and diplomats, range from Scotland to Lithuania to gain support for the Hussite cause.
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|Event Date||05-03-2019 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||05-03-2019 8:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||12-12-2018 1:00 pm|
|Cut off date||05-03-2019 5:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Fifteen Pounds GB|
|Location||Embassy of the Czech Republic|