HIS 4b Lecture 17 Crisis in Europe 1550-1650

HIS 4b Lecture 17 Crisis in Europe 1550-1650 - 2-14Crisis...

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Unformatted text preview: 2-14Crisis in Europe 1550-1650 rebellion is central authority to develop state in medieval period leaders acted as overlords do not successfully establish themselves as new monarchy w/ authority over lords and people people threw out leaders through rebellion HREm was overlord of many lands did not develop state and position of new monarch no central council or bureaucracy courts claim authority themselves as new monarchs some dukes etc. wanted to become calvinists others help catholicism Ferdinand says no Protestantism for Yugoslavia Emissary of HRE tossed out window war in German domains of HRE over religion fight to stay protestant, catholics for for jkdfgh protestant princes gets aid from Denmark and Catholic get aid from Spain Catholic France comes to help protestant princes to keep HRE from uniting empire under strong emperor Treaty of Wesphalia Pope did not like it at all settled as a war for power but started as a war against religion...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course HIS 4B taught by Professor Landau during the Fall '07 term at UC Davis.

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HIS 4b Lecture 17 Crisis in Europe 1550-1650 - 2-14Crisis...

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