HST111 Lecture Notes 10:13

HST111 Lecture Notes 10:13 - Nicolas Canel HST 111 10/13/10...

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Nicolas Canel HST 111 10/13/10 HST 111 War of Religion Divisions between countries grew wider as states establish national religions -States identity through whether they were Catholic or Protestant War between Spain and England -Philip II -Militant devote catholic -Started an Inquisition that would root out and kill all Protestants -1570 papal bull (decree) excommunicated queen Elizabeth -Military conquer England England supported rebellion against Spainsh control English privateers were attacking Spanish ships -Philip II Organized the Spanish Armada -1588 set sail -Spanish were doomed from the beginning because the English had -better shipps (faster and longer range weapons) -Spanish fleet was hampered by bad weather -Experience tons of hit at run attacks from the English -Went up to English channel but coulnt ge tot shore because the winds were wrong. -Went across Scotland in order to get back to Spain, didn’t risk going down English Channel -Last attack on England from Spain -1604 the war ended -English won French Civil War -All about religion -Terminology -Huguenots- French Protestants 7-8% of the country, but well organized -Houses of French nobility: Valois, Bourbon, Guise -War of Three Henries 1588-1589
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HST 111 taught by Professor Christopherkyle during the Fall '10 term at Syracuse.

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HST111 Lecture Notes 10:13 - Nicolas Canel HST 111 10/13/10...

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