When was the thirty years war fought?
From 1618- 1648
There are four phases. 1. Bohemian (1618- 1625) 2. Danish (1625- 1629) 3. Swedish (1630 - 1635) 4. Swedish - French (1635 - 1648)
most of the countries in Europe fought in the thirty year war.
Protestants and Catholics
1618. The Thirty Years' War was fought primarily in the region that is now Germany, from 1618 to1648. The thirty years' war began in The Holy Roman Empire
Protestants and Catholics
Yes, 1618-1648 are years of the Thirty Years' War, which was fought primaly on present Germany terrains and involved most of European countries (Poland was neutral).
1618-1648 primarily fought in Germany
It began in Prague, Czechoslovakia, but it was mostly fought in the area of Germany and Northern Europe. at the thirty years battle site
Anglo-Spanish War Thirty Years War Seven Years War The Napoleonic Wars (The Peninsular War) Spanish-American War Spanish Civil War
the Muslim conquest, the crusades, the Reconquista, the french wars of Religion, thirty years' war
The thirty years' war started in prague
Thirty Years' War happened in 1618.
The Thirty Years' War was fought, mainly in Central Europe, from 1618-1648. The Habsburg monarchy tried to gain hegemony in Europe and impose Roman Catholicism on the Protestant states. It developed into a much wider European conflict.
Yes. Egypt fought on the winning side in the Gulf War (1990-91).
It happened from 1618-48.
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.
The war was fought primarily (though not exclusively) in Germany and at various points involved most of the countries of Europe. Naval warfare also reached overseas and shaped the colonial formation of future nations.
The Seven Years War (or the French and Indian War) was fought mainly in Europe.
The Hundred Years' War as fought mostly in France.
The longest war in history is the Three Hundred and Thirty Five Yearsâ?? War, which was fought between the Netherlands and Isles of Scilly. Other long wars include Arauco War and The Hundred Years War.
He was thirty years old
the majority of the war was fought in France
The people who fought in the hundred years war were the countries of France and England.
The Seven Years War, was mainly fought in Europe.
world war one fought from the years of 1914-1918
Which was the last great religious war fought in Europe and what were its beginning and ending dates?
The last great religious war was the Thirty Years War, fought between Catholic countries and Protestant countries (and France, who sided with Protestants for political reasons). It started in 1618 and ended in 1648, and was fought mostly in and around the area of modern Germany.
Sweden fought in several wars before becoming a neutral nation, perhaps most successfully in the Thirty Years War, under the Swedish King Gustavus Adolphus.
The Revolutionary War was fought from 1775-1781
The war was fought by England & France.
Joan fought in the Hundred Years War.
England had hegemony in Northern Europe by the end of the Thirty Years' War.
Prussia did not conquer the Netherlands in the Thirty Years War. The war ended with the treaties of OsnabrÃ¼ck and MÃ¼nster.
In Europe (mostly Germany) from 1618 to 1648. 1618-1648. Mainly in Central Europe, the Netherlands and along the frontiers of France.
World War 1, World War 2, Thirty-Day's War, Anglo-French War
In the seven years' war, the French fought the Britain for settlement in North American.
Joan fought in the Hundre Years War.
The Thirty Years War
Most of the first or early battles of the Thirty Years' War were won by the Hapsburgs. France won the war in the end.
No. The Thirty Years War, which stemmed from a religious conflict between Protestants and Catholics, did in fact last thirty years, from 1618-1648.
the war was fought by the French and English. they fought in military combat. and after a lot of time passed over 100+ years the french won.
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.
Different countries in Europe from the 16th to 17th century fought over political and religious matters. The end of one individual war lead to the beginning of another.
World War 1 was fought through those years. Google it if you don't belive me.
France fought many expansionary wars, such as those under Louis IX, Louis XIV, and Napoleon and France also fought in multiple international conflicts like the Thirty Years War and Seven Years War where their armies were deployed in and conquered foreign regions. Without specifying which war, it would be impossible to answer your question adequately.
He was 89 years old when he fought the Mahabharat War.
In the early years of World War One the Germans, Austrians, Hungarians and Serbians and the French fought in the war.
France became the most dominant nation in Europe after the thirty years war ended