The Reluctant RevolutionaryStreaming Video - 2002
Martin Luther's 95 theses gained popularity with the common people, but the Church excommunicated him. Courageously, he asked Germany's secular rulers to stand up to Rome. Saxony's Frederick the Wise protected him, convincing Holy Roman Emperor Charles to meet him. On his way to the Diet of Worms, he met cheering crowds. Luther refused to recant; a split Diet set him free. In Wartburg, he translated the Bible into German.
Publisher: [United States]: PBS, 2002
Branch Call Number: E-VIDEO
Characteristics: 1 online resource (2 video files (approximately 120 min.)) : sd., col digital video file
Alternative Title: Empires (Television program)