The unwillingness of Calvinists to adhere to terms of the Peace of Augsburg and the formation of military alliances by Lutheran and Catholic rulers contributed to the outbreak of the Thirty Years' War.
This paper will address the violence of the period, the differences between the churches, and the reasons for the First Crusade.
The final stage occurred in 1649 1651 and involved the Rump Legislature and the Royal leadership under King Charles the second.
1 Under the terms of the treaty, the three-decade-long war of the 17th Century Europe was summarized, leading to the recognition of the territorial sovereignty of the states that made up the Holy Roman Empire.
Remnants of the war remained until the 19th century, through the reign of the Mughal Empire in India. Key sections of this essay also show the results of the war and the main treaties signed.
The Battle of Bosworth rose to become one of the major Battles in the history of England, which marked the beginning of the reign of Henry VII after the downfall of the reign of Richard [...]
The wars ended with the ascendancy of Henry, of the House of Tudor, to the throne. This marked the start of the war of the roses as Richard Duke of York and his supporters sought [...]
The withdrawal of the support of the allies of the Pope led to a reduction in the military capacity of the crusaders' forces.
The medieval siege warfare was fought from the mid fifteenth century to the end of the eighteenth century. The category of the catapult applied the knowledge of gravity.A.member of this group was the Trebuchet.
To gain access to the mainland route through Asia Minor to Syria from where Christians could be liberated the from the massacres perpetrated by the Turks in Constantinople and Jerusalem, the Crusaders had to first [...]