Role of Religion in War Essay

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    The Great War and the Expiration of Religion The Great War, characterized by its international scope, its incredibly underestimated duration and magnitude, and its completely unpredicted and enormous consequences, sits upon the human saga unlike any event previously recorded throughout all of history. Before 1914, Europe had not faced a notable war for one hundred years, much less one of comparable magnitude. As war-barren as Europe’s landscape was prior to the First World War, it was equally war-plagued in the following century, with each politically significant event linked, at least indirectly to the Great War. The American Great Depression, the rise of Mussolini in Italy and Hitler in Germany, who fed off of their countries’ losses in the war and used them as their political platform, the crisis of liberalism, the popularity of appeasement politics, the economic turmoil in Germany, and the eventual outbreak of the Second World War, accompanied by the Holocaust, can all by attributed to the Great War. While those…

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    a former history professor at Boise State University, neither the Catholics nor the Huguenots were prepared for war, so peace from the war was settled a year later in March of 1668. However, little time had passed before another conflict arose. The Cardinal of Lorraine attempted to kidnap two allies of the Huguenots, The Prince of Condé and Odet de Coligny, a French aristocrat, and this action started the Third War of Religion.The Huguenots lost the two major battles in the Third War, and both…

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    Religious War Summary

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    CH 12 Age of religious wars Matthew Bauchert RENEWED RELIGIOUS STRUGGLE PG 390 -392 • Peace of Augsburg – legal Lutheranism in HRE but not Calvinists and Anabaptists • After council of Trent-Jesuits launch global counter-offensive against Protestantism • Intellectuals preach tolerance before politicians • Castellio comments of killing of Servetus by calvin • Politiques- rulers who urged tolerance, moderation, and compromise • Catholics and Protestants struggle for control of France,…

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    16-1 Edict of Nantes: Limited Toleration for the Huguenots 1. Henry intended on “obliterating” memory of “everything done by one party or the other” in the years immediately prior to his coronation as queen of France because he desired to build peace in his country. 2. Yes, it is. Because of it, Henry was like a person standing in the midst of the religions and the elements of society. He could consolidate and master his throne. 3. Henry’s son, Louis XIII, has regarded the Huguenots as “a…

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    III, and I had absolutely no idea what they were talking about, making it slightly hard to follow. I found out that the Huguenot Wars is the name for the fighting that occurred between 1562 and 1598 between Catholics and Protestants, or Huguenots. Catherine de’ Medici showed compassion towards the Huguenots, as they were growing in numbers in her kingdom, but this angered the Catholic Guises. Their supporters attacked a protestant congregation at Vassy, angering the provinces. This massacre was…

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    In the 16th Century, religion divided Europe. However, a hand full of rulers influenced their countries and led them towards success. These rulers were known as politiques. Politiques were rulers or people in places of position that put the success and well being of their states above religious unity. They did not just change how Europe was politically but changed it culturally as well. The rulers accomplished religious stability in their countries, balanced their governments, gained…

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    They both caused conflict in the government and tension between common people, but France did not fall after a new religion was introduced, and Rome did. I viewed the Guises as similar to the Roman Officials who persecuted Christians, basically just big bullies. The protestant leaders who eventually gained enough power to raise an army against the French government reminded me of Emperor Constantine, because they both were catalysts to the spread of a new religion. These similarities allowed me…

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    towards the role of religion in America. The youngest classification is Generation Z, and they are made up of individuals born between 1995 and 2012. Next, there is Generation Y, also known as Millennials, and they were born between the years of 1977 and 1994. Then there are the Boomers 2, also referred to as Generation Johns, and they were born between 1955 and 1965. The next classification is the Boomers 1, or the Baby Boomers, who were born between 1946 and 1954. The individuals that were…

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