Thirty Years' War and the peace of westphalia

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Briefly, explain the outcome and long-term impact of the Thirty Years' War and the Peace of Westphalia

The Thirty Years’ War

The Thirty Years’ War (1618-48) began when Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II of

Bohemia attempted to curtail the religious activities of his subjects, sparking rebellion among

Protestants. The war came to involve the major powers of Europe, with Sweden, France, Spain

and Austria all waging campaigns primarily on German soil. Known in part for the atrocities

committed by mercenary soldiers, the war ended with a series of treaties that made up the Peace

of Westphalia. The fallout reshaped the religious and political map of central Europe. (Guthrie,


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