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How did the Protestant Reformation shape the later European social and political events that followed? Consider the 16th and 17th-century witchcraft trials, the 30 Years War, and the English Civil War.
Thesis 4 :The Protestant Reformation shaped the later European social and political events that followed with the English Civil War by fighting the parliament against the royalists- parliamentarians won which allows the parliament to have more power over England Monarchs.

On this day in 1651 the Battle of Worcester is fought during the Third English Civil War, Oliver Cromwell and the Parliamentarians defeated the Royalist, predominantly Scottish, forces of King Charles II. The Royalist forces were overwhelmed.

Thesis3: The Protestant Reformation shaped European social and political events later on with the 30years war because of the fact that this war dealt with the problems between Catholic and Protestant powers; the war lasted 30yrs because of political problems and also saw intervention with Cossack and Ottoman.

Imperial musketeers and soldiers from the period of the 30 Years War.

Thesis2: the Protestant Reformation shaped the 16th, 17th century witchcraft trials from the Protestants went after anyone who was thought to be a witch because others being scared; when after this was over there was 100,000 people convicted and charged of witchcraft.

Check out this site for facts about the Salem Witchcraft Trials. Facts and history abot the Salem Witchcraft Trials, witches and witch hunts. Facts and information about the colors of Salem Witchcraft Trials,

Thesis1 :The Protestant Reformation shaped European social and political events later on dealing with wars. The witch trials, 30 years war, and the English Civil war are examples. Also, the reformation first was wanting to reform the Roman Catholic Church but later got created a Protestant church, meaning that the religious movement later caused a change for the rest of Europes socially/politically history.

Viviano Codazzi St Peter's, Rome Date circa 1630 oil on canvas Height: 168 cm in). Width: 220 cm in). Prado Museum Kant referred to St. Peter's as "splendid", a term he used for objects producing feeling for both the beautiful and the sublime.

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