Which of the following wars was sparked by religious differences strengthened France weakened Spain and Austria and devastated Germany?

What was the main cause of the civil wars that were fought in France between 1562 and 1598?

As the Huguenots gained influence and displayed their faith more openly, Roman Catholic hostility to them grew, spurning eight civil wars from 1562 to 1598. … One of the most infamous events of the wars was the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre in 1572, when thousands of Huguenots were killed by Catholics.

Which war resulted in the beginning of the modern state system in Europe group of answer choices?

The Thirty Years’ War, fought throughout central Europe from 1618–1648 between Protestants and Catholics, laid the legal foundation for the nation-state. The war involved many nations of Europe, including many small German states, the Austrian Empire, Sweden, France, and Spain.

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How did the events of the English Civil War the Restoration and the Glorious Revolution lead to the system of government that England has today?

The English Civil War took away the monarchy, the Restoration restored the monarchy, then the Glorious Revolution bloodlessly overthrew the monarchy again leading to a constitutional monarchy.

Which of the following were reasons that led to European rulers become absolute monarchs?

An absolute monarchy is, a monarchy where all the power was in the King and Queen’s hands. Absolutism was encouraged by the belief in the divine rights because they believed that god created the monarchy, and that only the monarchy should be allowed to rule as the representatives of God.

Which war was sparked by religious conflict?

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What concept was the belief in divine right used to support? absolute rule
Which war was sparked by religious conflict and resulted in the increased power of France, the weakening of Spain and Austria, and the devastation of Germany? the Thirty Years War

What started the wars of religion in France quizlet?

What event marked the beginning of the French wars of religion? When in March 1562 the duke of Guise massacred many Protestant worshipers at Vassy in Champagne.

Which first nation state emerged in Europe?

France was the first nation state to emerge in Europe.

What sparked the beginning of the Thirty Years War?

The Bohemian Revolt (1618–1620) was an uprising of the Bohemian estates against the rule of the Habsburg dynasty, in particular Emperor Ferdinand II, which triggered the Thirty Years’ War.

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What was the result of emergence of nation state?

Nationalism was the result of the emergence of nations and nation state in Europe.

What events precipitated the English Civil War?

He believed in the divine right of kings. What event precipitated the English Civil War? an invasion by France.

Which event from English history came to restoration?

It was the return of Charles II to England from exile in France and his coronation as the English monarch. The event is called restoration meaning restoration of the monarchy after the Interregnum. In 1651, Charles II had escaped from England after being defeated by Oliver Cromwell in a battle.

When did the restoration begin?

It originated with the feudal systems of medieval Europe. Under feudalism, there were a few very powerful landowners who acquired large amounts of territory through military force or purchase. These landowners became high-ranking lords, and one of them was crowned king.

When did absolute monarchs begin to appear in Europe?

By the 16th century monarchical absolutism prevailed in much of western Europe, and it was widespread in the 17th and 18th centuries. Besides France, whose absolutism was epitomized by Louis XIV, absolutism existed in a variety of other European countries, including Spain, Prussia, and Austria.

What did European monarchs became absolute rulers in response to?

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What concept was the belief in “divine right” used to support Absolute Rule
European monarchs became absolute rulers in response to what action? religious and territorial conflicts