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The Wars of religion (1560-1648)
The Ambitions of Philip II… ~ keep Europe catholic… The revolt of Netherlands… ~ the revolt…the response… The Crusade of catholic Spain
involvement of England… ~ from $ to the Spanish Armada… Results… ~ Spain is done…England is on the Rise…Netherlands is independent…
The disintegration of France Political and religious disunity… ~ as population declined… Civil and Religious War… ~ vacuum left by Henry II causes war…
The Reign of Henry IV ~ duke of sully and edict of Nantes helps country recover… The Reign of Richelieu ~ absolutist policies take hold … The reconstruction of France
The Back-story ~banking… ~serfdom… ~ Peace of Augsburg … - Cuius regio, eius religio Cuius regio, eius religio ~ Catholic league vs. protestant union … The disintegration of the H.R.E. begins
The thirty years war Phase 1 ~ The Bohemian Phase … Phase 2 ~ The danish phase … Phase 3 ~ The Swedish Phase … Phase 4 ~ The French Phase …
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