Presentation on theme: "How did Philip II extend Spain’s power and establish a golden age?"— Presentation transcript:
1How did Philip II extend Spain’s power and establish a golden age?
2What lands did Phillip inherit Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Southern ItalyWhy and how did Phillip centralize and increase his power?Centralize gov’t at El Escorial, no advisors (all power to the king), used the Inquisition as a tool to get rid of political rivals
3Expansion of Spain’s influence Battle of Lepanto:Spain and Italian allies defeat the Ottomans, Catholicism defeats Muslim forces and gains power over MediterraneanThe Dutch Revolt:Long (80 yrs) war – costly fight for control over the Dutch. Began b/c Phillip tries to force Catholicism on the DutchSpanish Armada:Large fleet of ships attacking England, demonstration of Spain’s power
4How did Phillip encourage the Spanish Renaissance? Phillip a patron of the arts, founds academies for math and science, hires court painters
5How did France become the leading power of Europe under the control of the Bourbon dynasty?
6Making France a strong state Henry IVCoverts to Catholicism to end religious conflict. Passes Edict of Nantes to grant religious toleranceCardinal RichelieuReduced power of Huguenots and French nobility, destroyed feudal castles and outlawed private armiesLouis XIV “I am the State”Builds Versailles, refuses to call the estates general, hires Colbert to regulate the economy, build a bureaucracy and takes power away from the nobles
7What led to the emergence of Austria and Prussia as European Powers and rivals?
8How did the 30 yrs war and the Peace of Westphalia divide the Holy Roman Empire? Politically: The Peace treaty destroys the HRE – over 300 new german states are formed when the HRE loss the 30 yrs war.Socially – many of the areas in the HRE are physically devastated by the extreme fighting that this war produced (depopulation is as great as 1/3 in some areas)
9Hapsburgs unite their lands and repair their authority Set up efficient central bureaucracy and modernized Austria (Maria Theresa reforms)Hohenzollerns establish authority in PrussiaGrowth of the military under Frederick II = expansion of Prussia.War of Austria SuccessionPrussia attacks Austrian just as Maria Theresa is coming to power. War over one of the Austrian provinces (Austrian never gains land back)
10Balance of Power leads to 7 yrs war Rivalry led to competition (between Austria – Prussia and England – France)Balance of power is based on alliance system so when one country goes to war they are often followed by other countries
11How did Peter the Great and Catherine the Great strengthen Russia and Expand its territories?
12Westernization and Modernization of Russia Peter’s Policies toward the boyars:Western clothes, shaves the beards and get a REAL job…Peter’s social and economic reforms:Builds schools, museums, library, imported western technology and Russian alphabet.Catherine’s reforms and interests:State sponsored education for boys and girls,Public works, modernizes the legal system and organizes the gov’t. – warm water portCatherine’s treatment of the serfs:Harsh to the serfs, puts down a revolt, (expand serfdom)
13Russian Expansion and conquest Peter’s navy and warm-water ports:In cold port the ships are frozen, no trade during the winter months. War with Ottoman empire for warm ports… Peter loses.The Great Northern War and St. Petersburg:Sweden and Russia go to war over land that Peter wanted to build St. Petersburg on.Exploration of the Pacific Ocean:West – Alaska, Northern Cal, SiberiaPartition of Poland:the dividing up of Poland – Russia, Prussia and Austria