The Thirty Years’ War 1640–48

Average read 5 minutes This cataclysmic war, fought mainly in Central Europe, led to some eight million deaths, and caused widespread devastation and displacement. Its origins lie in the Holy Roman Emperor’s ambitions to reassert Catholic hegemony over the Protestants within his empire, but the war was not fought on exclusively religious grounds – many […]
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