Where did Clifford spend thirty years?
in his big dog house
in his big dog house
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During the reformation, major violence broke out in 1618 when unhappy Protestants threw two Catholic officials out of a window in the city of Prague. Their action was a response to a new policy issued by the king of Bohemia- a part of the empire. The king had decided to make everyone in his kingdom …become Catholic. To enforce his decision, he closed all Protestant churches in Bohemia. The king's decision upset many Protestants. In Prague, unhappy Protestants overthrew their Catholic ruler and replaced him with a Protestant one. Their action did not resolve anything, however. Instead, it added to the religious conflict in the Holy Roman Empire. Their revolt quickly spread into other parts of the empire. This rebellion began what is known as the Thirty Years' War , a long series of wars that involved many of the countries of Europe. ( Full Answer )
The 30 years war bean because of the spreading protestant reformation. Many princes in Germany felt under control by charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, and so by becoming protestant they thought that they would have more power. Other countries, such as the French, sought to curb the power of the Holy Ro…man Empire and the Hapsburgs, even though they were a Catholic Country. Meanwhile, the Hapsburgs wanted to extend their power through the war. So basically, it was a war to gain land and power, but "religious" motivation was the mask of that. ( Full Answer )
kind of. it established a lot of the borders we have today and established Swiss neutrality. but it could have been solved without all that bloodshed. the treaty of westphalia was something they could have come up with without the war.
Many countries were involved on the side of the Protestant Statesand Allies in the Thirty Years' War. Some of them were Sweden,Denmark-Norway, Saxony, and France. Some of the countries involvedon the side of the Roman Catholic States and Allies were the HolyRoman Empire, the Spanish Empire, Hungary,… and Austria. ( Full Answer )
The Thirty Years' War (1618-1648) was fought primarily in what is now Germany, and at various points involved most countries in Europe. It was one of the most destructive conflicts in European history. The origins of the conflict and goals of the participants were complex, and no single cause can… accurately be described as the main reason for the fighting. Initially, the war was fought largely as a religious conflict between Protestants and Catholics in the Holy Roman Empire, although disputes over the internal politics and balance of power within the Empire played a significant part. Gradually, the war developed into a more general conflict involving most of the European powers. In this general phase, the war became more a continuation of the Bourbon-Habsburg rivalry for European political pre-eminence, and in turn led to further warfare between France and the Habsburg powers, and less specifically about religion. ( Full Answer )
Don't try to get 'over' it ... that's futile. Focus on getting past it. Think about good experiences in those 30 years and appreciate them. Think about any bad experiences and learn from them.. Those 30 years are a significant part of your life - don't try to just forget them or think you CAN forge…t them. The process will only frustrate you more. Put those 30 years in perspective, acknowledge that you've started a new chapter, and move on - knowing that those 30 years will go with you as you move on.. Like a book with several chapters, each chapter doesn't start an entirely new story, but build on the previous chapter. You do the same thing with your life.. I wish you peace, vision for the future, and the support of many friends. ( Full Answer )
Because the government needs money to purchase weapons and train people for war, they increased taxes and raised prices on items that are needed to survive. Like increasing the price of gas, food, water, etc. As a result this makes the economy very bad.
As a result of the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648), Switzerland andthe Netherlands became independent; Germany became fragmented andits population was greatly reduced; and France soon became adominant power in western continental Europe. The war also sawSpain begin to decline as a colonial power. The… Thirty Years' War was the last major religious war in mainlandEurope, and the destruction wrought by mercenary soldiers led manynations to begin developing standing national armies instead. The Peace of Augsburg agreements (1555) were endorsed. Therecognition of the rights of Protestants greatly displeased Rome,where the Westphalian treaties were denounced by Pope Innocent X. (for more on the political consequences, see the related link) Another answer: The Thirty Years' War devastated entire regions, with famine anddisease. The war killed soldiers and civilians directly, causedfamines, destroyed people's livelihoods, disrupted trade betweencountries, postponed marriages and childbirth, and forced largenumbers of people to relocate. The war also bankrupted most of the powers involved , except theDutch Republic. The war altered the structure of political power inEurope. ( Full Answer )
score and a half. or three decades. Also the period oft accorded to delineate a 'generation'
The people who fought the war were- the House of Austria: the Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperors, Ferdinand II and Ferdinand III together with their Spanish cousin Philip IV.
In today's life styles the average income for a 30 year old is $27,500.00 annually because the economy is not stable. however in the extreme northeastern states it is higher at $36,543.00.
clifford is a big red dog whos owner is elizebeth.he also has a friend named t bone and a frizz head poodle pal .
Spain lost control of the Netherlands.. The Austrian Hapsburgs were less powerful, and German princes gained independence.
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. ( Full Answer )
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.
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 t…o 1648. ( Full Answer )
Bohemian Phase Results (1618-25): Ferdinand Habsburg disposed, Frederick V took the crown . Danish Phase Results (1625-28): Ferdinand II succeeded in uniting the Lutherans and Calvinists against him . Swedish Phase Results (1629-35): Protestant forces now occupied most of Central and Northern G…ermany . Franco-Swedish Phase Results (1635-48): Portuguese independence; Dutch destroyed Spain's Atlantic Fleet Ultimate Result: The Peace of Westphalia ( Full Answer )
The Thirty Years' War (1618-1648) was fought mainly along religious divisions, Catholic and Protestant, and between the competing dynasties of Bourbon (France) and Hapsburg (including Spain). The main contest was for control of central Europe, mostly the kingdoms of Germany, Austria, and the Netherl…ands. This area had been the domain of the Holy Roman Empire for over 600 years. The war was succeeded by the Franco-Spanish War (1635-1659). One trigger of the war, the Bohemian Revolt , began with an event known as the (second) Defenestration of Prague. Catholic officials were mobbed by Protestants and hurled from an upper-story window in the city of Prague. The Catholics survived unharmed, and there are two versions as to why. The Catholic version is that God intervened and saved them. The Protestant version is that they landed in a heaping pile of garbage which broke their fall. ( Full Answer )
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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.
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. ( Full Answer )
there are 1,167,631,200 seconds in 37 years. I used the unit converter on my mac, and it told me.
well, Mark Twain wrote the quote that says "twenty years from now, you'll be more dissapointed by the things you didn't do..."
January 31 February 28 / 29 (with leap year) March 31 April 30 May 31 June 30 July 31 August 31 September 30 October 31 November 30 December 31
The Thirty Years' War brought about decline in power of the Catholic Church, decline in feudalism, decline in power of the Holy Roman Empire, and the rise in the Swedish Empire and Bourbon Dynasty.
As a result of the Thirty Years' War, Germany was divided into manyterritories. This lessened the power and influence of the HolyRoman Empire.
In Europe (mostly Germany) from 1618 to 1648. 1618-1648. Mainly in Central Europe, the Netherlands and along the frontiers of France.
it totally depends on which country your in... here in America, school is till 12th Grade and then there is 4 years of College, and then 2 years of University.... so in this case its 4 years of college..
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
Well, there wasn't really a whole "I won, You lost" result of the war. The Treaty of Westphalia, the treaty that ended the way, has been called the treaty of "Exhaustion" since the nations could no longer fight each other. So no one really lost or won, but if you want to get into the technicalities …of it. then Sweden and France won (Sweden being the chief beneficiary of the treaty) as they gained land and left the Holy Roman Empire fragmented again. The reason I say that one won is because no one surrendered. They all just created a peace treaty and Germany had the least amount of leverage. ( Full Answer )
From 1618- 1648 There are four phases. 1. Bohemian (1618- 1625) 2. Danish (1625- 1629) 3. Swedish (1630 - 1635) 4. Swedish - French (1635 - 1648)
It began in Prague, Czechoslovakia, but it was mostly fought in the area of Germany and Northern Europe. at the thirty years battle site
It began as a religious war between Catholic and Protestant Christians, but it became a national war with several European nations involved. France, a Catholic country, eventually sided with the Protestants.
4- September, April, June and November Thirty days have September April, June, and November All the rest have 31 Excepting February alone it's a little song we sang in 2nd grade math to remember the months with 30 and 31 days
It will still be the US, yet the technology will probably MUCH greater. By the year 2020 we should have some sort of flying car!
There are 10 years in a decade. Therefore, 30 years is equal to 30/10 = 3 decades.
There are actually a lot of things that are not results of the thirty years war, like the invention of computers. Why don't you use your textbook instead of cheating with the internet?
As of February 15th, 2011, if you're 38 then you were born in 1972 or in early 1973.
To say 'I am thirty years old' in Spanish, you would say 'Tengo treinta aÃ±os.'
The origins of the conflict and goals of the participants were complex, and no single cause can accurately be described as the main reason for the fighting. Initially, the war was fought largely as a religious conflict between Protestants and Catholics in the Holy Roman Empire, although disputes ove…r the internal politics and balance of power within the Empire played a significant part. Gradually, the war developed into a more general conflict involving most of the European powers.   In this general phase, the war became more a continuation of the Bourbon-Habsburg rivalry for European political pre-eminence, and in turn led to further warfare between France and the Habsburg powers, and less specifically about religion.  ( Full Answer )
Olsen killed 11 victims begining November 17, 1980 to July 30, 1981. He was arrested on August 12, 1981 while trying to abduct two young girls.
This is a subjective answer as no definitive one can be made.Scholars have a vast range of dates for the Gospels. The New KingJames Study Bible has a consensus range of dates from 50 AD to 95AD. What truly matters is what is written in these books and notwhen they were written. If the above date ra…nge is accurate, then Christ's Resurrectionoccurred in 31 AD and the Apostles left the Jerusalem areabeginning their mission circa 42-43 AD, then the first of theGospels could have been written within 7-10 years of that date. ( Full Answer )
Europeans accepted that the Protestant Reformation could not be reversed, and so decided that they'd have to co-exist peacefully. Sort of.
She spends it in Hades, the mythological underworld. She is the queen of this underworld, and she is forced to spend 3 months out of the year there as payment for eating the food of the dead, which cannot be consumed by the living. She ate three pomegranate seeds, so she spends 3 months. This is par…t of the tale of the origin of the seasons. ( Full Answer )
Yes, people have been recycling for centuries. Prior to the twentieth century, there wasn't much to recycle until the canned food industry began to grow. Most consumer products were made from natural materials that were easy to reuse and recycle. When I was a kid, there was a 'rag man' who rode arou…nd the neighborhoods collecting used clothing and linens that were sold to the paper industry. My mother saved her cooking fat in cans and sold it to the local soap factory. The ashes from the coal stove and fireplace were saved to spread on the icy sidewalks. It wasn't until after WW2 that consumer goods flourished, made from materials that were difficult to reuse and recycle. In the 1970s, my town opened a recycling center. We saved our cans, glass (which had to be sorted by color), and paper (which had to be bundled in flat stacks) and had to drive them to the recycle center. By the end of the 70s, the center closed down because they could not earn enough from the materials to pay for the operation. Since the 1960s, I have washed all but the most stubbornly dirty laundry in cold water and still hang to dry whatever I can. There has always been a core group of people who were mindful of the resources they were using and made every effort to consume moderately and repurpose what is possible. They used to call us 'nuts' and 'fanatics'. ( Full Answer )
The Thirty Years War virtually started on May 23, 1618 with the so called Defenestration of Prague, which triggered the Bohemian Rebellion.
It's possible! Though most gigs stop growing in their late teenager years, sone people continue to grow in their thirties. Though, it's not likely, it happens.
Nobody has to. Even convicts, who don't have the possibility toleave the US, have the option of suicide.
The immediate consequence which led to the Thirty Year's War wasthe revolt of the Protestants of Bohemians who were unhappy withFerdinand II because of his anti-Protestant policy. The troublestarted when Ferdinand II ordered destruction of Protestant Churchat Prague. The protestant people immediatel…y rose in revolt, tossedthe royal officers out of the castle windows and offered the crownto Frederick, Elector of Palatine. Ferdinand II treated theacceptance of the crown by Frederick as a direct challenge and theThirty Years' War commenced in 1618. ( Full Answer )
The Thirty Year War (1618-1648) inflicted serious damage onFritzlar and the neighboring villages, culminating with an outbreakof the black plague. The town's population dropped from about 2000to merely 600, and it took 200 years before the inhabitants againnumbered 2000