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The geopolitical differences of the Netherlands and Germany seemed to have formed the origin or established the roots
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Close Neighbours - Distant Relations
Tracing back the Dutch-German relationship
Paper Dossier Part One: Social Relations and their Origins
(c) Mat Rijnders
European Studies, 2F
Paper Dossier Part One
Professor T. Blom
Table of Contents
1. Introduction page 3
2. Geopolitical Developments Compared page 5
2.1 The Impact of the Reformation page 5
2.2 Independence of 'The Seven United Provinces' page 7
2.3 Political Development in Germany page 8
2.4 Comparing Geopolitical Backgrounds page 9
3. Religious Disparities page 10
3.1 Lutheranism page 10
3.2 Calvinism page 11
3.3 The Seedbed for Religious Developments page 12
3.4 The Theory of Max Weber page 13
3.5 The Religions in the Countries page 14
4. Conclusion page 17
5. References page 19
At first sight it is not possible to distinguish Dutch and German nationals. Thus, it is tempting to assume that they are not only similar in appearance but also
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