Many countries were involved on the side of the Protestant States and Allies in the Thirty Years' War. Some of them were Sweden, Denmark-Norway, Saxony, and France. Some of the countries involved on the side of the Roman Catholic States and Allies were the Holy Roman Empire, the Spanish Empire, Hungary, and Austria.
The reason for the battle of the Thirty Years' War was to battle for religious control of Holy Roman Empire. The Thirty Years War was caused by the split of the Catholic Church, oterwise known as the Protestant Reformation. Cavin's 95 Theses brought church corruption to the forefront of European's minds and the slpit caused political and religious strife, the Thirty Years War.
Thirty Years' War , a series of European conflicts from 1618 to 1648, fought primarily in Germany. The war started in Bohemia with a Protestant revolt against the Holy Roman Empire and eventually involved almost all of the countries of Europe. By its final years, religious issues had been submerged and it had become a struggle for power between Austria and Spain on one side and France on the other.
30 years.....1618-1648 30 years The conflict known as the Thirty Years' War lasted for about 30 years, from 1618 to 1648. It began as a religious conflict involving the Holy Roman Empire, and took place mostly in areas now part of modern Germany. The war, or wars, lasted thirty years, from 1618 to 1648.
1) Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC) between Sparta and Athens. 2) Thirty Years' War (1619-1648) involving most European countries (R.Gilpin, 1988, The History of Hegemonic War) 3. Hundred Years' War (End of 18th century - 19th century) mostly between France and Great Britain (R.Gilpin, 1988, The History of Hegemonic War) 1) Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC) between Sparta and Athens. 2) Thirty Years' War (1619-1648) involving most European countries (R.Gilpin, 1988, The History of Hegemonic War) 3…