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LdlcL of nanLes lrance
Law that ended the religious wars that had afflicted France during the second
half of the 16th century. Henry V of France, granted
the Calvinist Protestants of France (also known as Huguenots)
substantial rights in a nation still considered essentially Catholic. n the Edict,
Henry wanted to promote civil unity.
30 ?ears War Poly 8oman Lmplre




roLesLanLs vrs CaLhollcs




1errlble devasLaLlon for lands ln
CenLral Lurope reduced
Cerman power for 100 years
1reaLy of WesLphalla
Allows counLrles wlLhln Poly
8oman Lmplre Lo choose Lhelr
rellglon roLesLanL or CaLhollc
only

neLherlands glven
lndependence from AusLrla
Lnded
by
Cermany
lrance
uenmark
Sweden


Lmperor
of Poly
8oman
Lmplre
Spaln

Lngllsh Clvll War


8ellglous ConfllcLs beLween CaLhollcs and Angllcans (roLesLanLs)
Also llghL for arllamenLary 8lghLs Lo curLall power of klng
1he Clorlous 8evoluLlon Lngland
Lngllsh roLesLanLs ln arllamenL overLhrow Lhe klng !ames ll
(!ames was a CaLhollcand parllamenL feared LhaL CaLhollcs would Lake over)
LsLabllshes Lhe 8rlLlsh 8lll of 8lghLs" arllamenL has rlghL Lo limit kings' powers

7 ?ears War
lrance vrs Lngland
lor colonles foughL ln Lurope
norLh Amerlca lndla rusla and
AusLrla (lsL World war)

1reaLy of arls
8rlLlsh geLs Canada
lrench geLs sugar lslands of Lhe
Carrlbean
russla wlns land from AusLrla

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