The Great Northern States A Denmark 1 Military losses 2 Bloodless revolution of

The great northern states a denmark 1 military losses

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The Great Northern States A. Denmark 1. Military losses 2. Bloodless revolution of 1660 B. Sweden 1. Gustavus Adolphus (1611 – 1632) 2. Christina (1633 – 1654) 3. Charles XI (1697 – 1718) XII. The Ottoman Empire and the Limits of Absolutism A. The Ottoman Empire 1. Suleiman the Magnificent (1520 – 1566) 2. Attacks against Europe 3. Advances in the Mediterranean
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4. Ottomans viewed as a European Power 5. New Offensives in the second half of the 17th century B. The Limits of Absolutism 1. Power of rulers not absolute 2. Local institutions still had power 3. Power of the aristocracy XIII. The Golden Age of the Dutch Republic A. The United Provinces B. Internal Dissension 1. The House of Orange and the Stadholders 2. The States General opposes the House of Orange 3. William III (1672 – 1702) 4. Trade damaged by wars C. Life in Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam 1. Reasons for prosperity XIV. England and the Emergence of Constitutional Monarchy A. James I (1603 – 1625) and the House of Stuart 1. Divine Right of Kings 2. Parliament and the power of the purse 3. Religious policies a. The Puritans B. Charles I (1625 – 1649) 1. Petition of Right 2. “Personal Rule” (1629 – 1640): Parliament does not meet 3. Religious policy angers Puritans XV. Civil War (1642 – 1648) A. Oliver Cromwell B. New Model Army C. Charles I executed (January 30, 1649) D. Parliament abolishes the monarchy E. Cromwell dissolves Parliament (April 1653) F. Cromwell divides country into 11 regions G. Cromwell dies (1658) XVI. Restoration & a Glorious Revolution A. Charles II (1660 – 1685) B. Declaration of Indulgence (1672) C. Test Act (1673) – Only Anglicans could hold military and civil offices D. James II (1685 – 1688) 1. Devout Catholic 2. Declaration of Indulgence (1687) 3. Protestant daughters: Mary and Anne 4. Catholic son born in 1688 5. Parliament invites Mary and her husband, William of Orange, to invade England 6. James II, wife and son flee to France
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