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  1. The Effects of Reformation in France and Germany

  2. The Reformation had its roots in ______ (study of ______), but it led to important _______ changes. ___ and destruction was caused by _______ differences and hatred. In Germany (The ___ Roman Empire), northern ______ converted to __________, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  3. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of ______), but it led to important _______ changes. ___ and destruction was caused by _______ differences and hatred. In Germany (The ___ Roman Empire), northern ______ converted to __________, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  4. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important _______ changes. ___ and destruction was caused by _______ differences and hatred. In Germany (The ___ Roman Empire), northern ______ converted to __________, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  5. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. ___ and destruction was caused by _______ differences and hatred. In Germany (The __ Roman Empire), northern ______ converted to __________, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  6. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by _______ differences and hatred. In Germany (The ___ Roman Empire), northern ______ converted to __________, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  7. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The ___ Roman Empire), northern ______ converted to __________, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  8. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The Holy Roman Empire), northern ______ converted to __________, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  9. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The Holy Roman Empire), northern princes converted to __________, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  10. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The Holy Roman Empire), northern princes converted to Protestantism, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The ____ authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  11. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The Holy Roman Empire), northern princes converted to Protestantism, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The Pope’s authority was ended in their states. However, the _______ family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  12. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The Holy Roman Empire), northern princes converted to Protestantism, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The Pope’s authority was ended in their states. However, the Hapsburg family that ruled the ___ Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  13. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The Holy Roman Empire), northern princes converted to Protestantism, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The Pope’s authority was ended in their states. However, the Hapsburg family that ruled the Holy Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman ______ Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  14. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The Holy Roman Empire), northern princes converted to Protestantism, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The Pope’s authority was ended in their states. However, the Hapsburg family that ruled the Holy Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman Catholic Church. This conflict led to a war between ________ and _______. 1

  15. The Reformation had its roots in theology (study of religion), but it led to important political changes. War and destruction was caused by religious differences and hatred. In Germany (The Holy Roman Empire), northern princes converted to Protestantism, the new sect started by Martin Luther. The Pope’s authority was ended in their states. However, the Hapsburg family that ruled the Holy Roman Empire remained loyal to the Roman Catholic Church. This conflict led to a war between Catholics and Protestants. 1

  16. The _____ Years’ War (16__-16__) was a devastating war in the ___ Roman Empire (______) between _______ and ________. At first strictly a _______ war that included _______ countries aiding the _______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  17. The Thirty Years’ War (16__-16__) was a devastating war in the ___ Roman Empire (______) between _______ and ________. At first strictly a _______ war that included _______ countries aiding the _______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  18. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-16__) was a devastating war in the ___ Roman Empire (______) between _______ and ________. At first strictly a _______ war that included _______ countries aiding the ______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  19. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the ___ Roman Empire (______) between _______ and ________. At first strictly a _______ war that included _______ countries aiding the _______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  20. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (______) between _______ and ________. At first strictly a _______ war that included _______ countries aiding the ______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  21. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between _______ and ________. At first strictly a _______ war that included _______ countries aiding the ______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  22. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a _______ war that included _______ countries aiding the ______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  23. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included _______ countries aiding the ______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  24. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the ______ princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  25. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and _______ countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  26. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic ________ family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  27. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a _______ conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  28. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a political conflict with the entry of France. France was _______ and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  29. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a political conflict with the entry of France. France was Catholic and led by Cardinal _______, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  30. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a political conflict with the entry of France. France was Catholic and led by Cardinal Richelieu, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern ______. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  31. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a political conflict with the entry of France. France was Catholic and led by Cardinal Richelieu, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern princes. Cardinal _______ felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  32. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a political conflict with the entry of France. France was Catholic and led by Cardinal Richelieu, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern princes. Cardinal Richelieu felt a ________ family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  33. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a political conflict with the entry of France. France was Catholic and led by Cardinal Richelieu, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern princes. Cardinal Richelieu felt a Hapsburg family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North ______ and South ______. 2

  34. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a political conflict with the entry of France. France was Catholic and led by Cardinal Richelieu, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern princes. Cardinal Richelieu felt a Hapsburg family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North Protestant and South ______. 2

  35. The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was a devastating war in the Holy Roman Empire (Germany) between Catholics and Protestants. At first strictly a religious war that included Protestant countries aiding the northern princes and Catholic countries aiding the Catholic Hapsburg family, the war’s focus changed to a political conflict with the entry of France. France was Catholic and led by Cardinal Richelieu, but it joined the war helping the Protestant northern princes. Cardinal Richelieu felt a Hapsburg family victory would make the Germans too strong, so he helped the Protestants. The war ended with the North Protestant and South Catholic. 2

  36. In addition to their involvement in the _____ Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the ______ chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic _______ granted _______ freedom to French Protestants, the ________.________ freedom was granted by the ____ of ______. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  37. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the ______ chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic _______ granted _______ freedom to French Protestants, the ________.________ freedom was granted by the ____ of ______. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  38. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic _______ granted _______ freedom to French Protestants, the ________.________ freedom was granted by the ____ of ______. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  39. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic monarchy granted _______ freedom to French Protestants, the ________.________ freedom was granted by the ____ of ______. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  40. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic monarchy granted religious freedom to French Protestants, the ________.________ freedom was granted by the ____ of ______. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  41. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic monarchy granted religious freedom to French Protestants, the Huguenots.________ freedom was granted by the ____ of ______. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  42. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic monarchy granted religious freedom to French Protestants, the Huguenots. Religious freedom was granted by the ____ of ______. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  43. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic monarchy granted religious freedom to French Protestants, the Huguenots. Religious freedom was granted by the Edict of ______. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  44. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic monarchy granted religious freedom to French Protestants, the Huguenots. Religious freedom was granted by the Edict of Nantes. Later, the ___ of ____ would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  45. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic monarchy granted religious freedom to French Protestants, the Huguenots. Religious freedom was granted by the Edict of Nantes. Later, the Edict of Nantes would be revoked by King _____ XIV (14th). 3

  46. In addition to their involvement in the Thirty Years’ War, the French were also active at home. While the Germans chose war, the French chose peace. The Catholic monarchy granted religious freedom to French Protestants, the Huguenots. Religious freedom was granted by the Edict of Nantes. Later, the Edict of Nantes would be revoked by King Louis XIV (14th). 3