Spanish Netherlands (historically in Spanish: Flandes, the name "Flanders" was used as a pars pro toto) was the name for the Habsburg Netherlands ruled by the Spanish branch of the Habsburgs from 1556 to 1714.
Spanish Netherlands, (c. 1579–1713), Spanish-held provinces located in the southern part of the Low Countries (roughly corresponding to present Belgium and Luxembourg). Although the provinces of the Low Countries had for some years and for many reasons been chafing under foreign rule, the revolt
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The Spanish Netherlands (Dutch: Spaanse Nederlanden, Spanish: Países Bajos españoles) was a portion of the Low Countries controlled by Spain from 1556 to 1714, inherited from the Dukes of Burgundy.
The Spanish Netherlands (Dutch language: Spaanse Nederlanden , Spanish language: Países Bajos españoles ) was a portion of the Low Countries controlled by Spain from 1556 to 1714, inherited from the Dukes of Burgundy. Although the territory of the Duchy of Burgundy itself remained in the hands of France, the Habsburgs remained in control of the title of Duke of Burgundy and the other parts ...
Sep 29, 2014 · A synthesis that is solely devoted to the Spanish Netherlands, Janssens 2006 is somewhat shorter but more up to date, and it benefits from the input of scholars from outside the Low Countries. The concise History of the Low Countries ( Blom and Lamberts 2006 ) mainly aims at an audience of undergraduates.