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St. Bartholomew's Day massacre

Religion, Warfare, and Sovereignty: 1540–1660

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Kinberg, Nicholas Michael Chakmakian AP European History 7 May 2015 Chapter 4 Outline Religion, War, Sovereignty, 1540 ? 1600 English losses in Hundred Years'War caused civil war The First Part of Henry VIwas intended to explore origins of wars during reign of child-king who succeeded Henry V, completed trilogy that launched William Shakespeare Civil strife was popular in 16th, England was more peaceful than other countries in Euro, unity was fragile;shattered because of religion, maintained by nat'l ID Shakespeare's plays promoted ID by celebrating superiority of Englishman over Euro neighbors, rep'd. As ridiculous/villainous; dangerous char. Was French heroine Joan of Arc, Catholic faith was mask for witchcraft
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