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Counter reformation jigsaw. Peace of Augsburg . Chris Kim & Jessie Pazoga. WHAT HAPPENED?. Charles signed the peace of Augsburg

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counter reformation jigsaw

Counter reformation jigsaw

Peace of Augsburg

Chris Kim & Jessie Pazoga

what happened
WHAT HAPPENED?
  • Charles signed the peace of Augsburg
  • The Peace of Augsburg was an agreement between states in the Holy Empire that gave each German Prince the right to decide whether his state would be Catholic or Protestant
  • This was their compromise from after many years of war
who was involved
WHO WAS INVOLVED?
  • Ottoman Turks
  • The French
  • Rebellious German Princes
  • Charles V
how does this event show religious disunity in europe
How does this event show religious disunity in Europe?
  • Charles V wanted to fight for the ability to control the people’s religion in Europe to Roman Catholic
  • Resulted to conflict with enemies (Ottoman Turks, the French, and rebellious German princes)
  • Catholics and Protestants had several wars debating on which religion everyone should be