The Thirty Years War - Loudoun County Public Schools
The Thirty Years War Agenda 1. Bell Ringer: Why does Absolutism rise in Europe? What defines an Absolute Ruler? 2. Lecture: Central Europe and Thirty Years War 3. Treaty of Westphalia Excerpt 4. Map of Europe: The Thirty Years War 5. Breakdown of the Thirty Years War Conflict 6. Finish Chart on Absolute Rule
7. Common Assessment Objective: Students will identify characteristics of the Thirty Years War, and explain how it leads to Absolutism. Thirty Years War 1555 Peace of Augsburg enacted after the wars in the Holy Roman Empire. Catholic princes in Germany stamped out remnants of
Protestantism Breaks down in 1608. Protestant v. Catholic. Revolt breaks out in Bohemia Elect Protestant prince in an uprising. Catholic League of Princes aid in helping Ferdinand crush Bohemian revolt.
Denmark, England, and the Dutch aid in Germany (Lutheranism) Catholic France with Richelieu join Protestants Politics above religion. Peace of Westphalia 1618-1648, Everyone finally gave up.
Peace of Augsburg was restored in Germany. Religious co-existence Germany hit hardest 33% of population dies. Holy Roman Empire is reduced significantly. Central Europe vs. The West
Economics Increasing production also kept serfs under control of the aristocracy. Politics Weak empires Strong rulers result Maria Theresa takes over
a conglomeration of ethnic groups within the Hapsburg Empire. Prussia vs. Austria Hohenzollerns of Prussia vs. Hapsburgs of Austria. Frederick the Great would follow fathers policy to keep a strong
military order. A Father of the people. Prussia would take Silesia in 1748. Seven Years War 1756-1763 France, Austria, and Russia vs. Britain and Prussia.
Nothing changed within Europe, however, Britain gained parts of India and North America. France was the loser here, losing most of its colonies in the West Indies and North America.
Why are they vulnerable? Built on societies that were poor. Always needed financial help from the West. Cannot overcome rulers attempting to abolish serfdom. Ethnic melting pot, harder to conquer people that
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