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Ch 5: AP European History - Wars of Religion: Homework Help

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The Wars of Religion chapter of this AP European History Homework Help course helps students complete their wars of religion homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

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  • Identify which concepts are covered on your wars of religion homework.
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Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Reformation's impact on Germany
  • Religious warfare in Europe
  • 80 Years War and the Spanish Armada
  • Westphalia and Peace of Augsburg
  • 30 Years War
  • French Wars of Religion

17 Lessons in Chapter 5: AP European History - Wars of Religion: Homework Help
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The Reformation's Impact on Germany: The Peasant Wars

1. The Reformation's Impact on Germany: The Peasant Wars

The Reformation was a time when Christianity was split into Catholicism and Protestantism. This lesson explores the major changes brought about by the Reformation in Germany in the 16th century.

Religious Warfare Across Europe During the Reformation

2. Religious Warfare Across Europe During the Reformation

This lesson will explain the different wars which waged across Europe during the Reformation. It will begin with the German Peasants' Revolt and continue through the 30 Years' War, ending with the Peace of Westphalia.

The 80 Years War and the Spanish Armada

3. The 80 Years War and the Spanish Armada

This lesson will explain the relationship between the 80 Years' War and the Spanish Armada. It will focus on the Netherlands' struggle for independence from Spain while also describing the role England played in the conflict.

Westphalia and Peace of Augsburg: States' Rise to Sovereignty and Decline of the Empire

4. Westphalia and Peace of Augsburg: States' Rise to Sovereignty and Decline of the Empire

This lesson focuses on the Holy Roman Empire during the Reformation. As it highlights the Peace of Augsburg and the Peace of Westphalia, it will illustrate the rise of state power, and the decline of the empire.

The 30 Years War: Catholics vs. Protestants

5. The 30 Years War: Catholics vs. Protestants

This lesson will explore the reasons for the 30 Years' War. It will highlight the different phases of the war while also explaining why most of Europe took up battle against the Holy Roman Empire and the Hapsburg Dynasty.

The French Wars of Religion: Catholics vs. the Huguenots

6. The French Wars of Religion: Catholics vs. the Huguenots

The Protestant Reformation was so popular and controversial in Europe that it sometimes led to war. This lesson explores the violent effect of the Reformation in France as war erupted between the Catholics and the Protestants.

The Battle of Hastings 1066: Summary, Facts & Significance

7. The Battle of Hastings 1066: Summary, Facts & Significance

Ever wonder why there are so many French-sounding words in English? This is just one of the lasting effects of the Battle of Hastings, which you can learn more about in this lesson. Read on to find a summary of the conflict, along with some fun facts!

Religious Persecution in America

8. Religious Persecution in America

Throughout American history, members of different faiths and churches have faced religious discrimination and persecution. This lesson will explore the problem of religious persecution and examine examples and patterns of religious intolerance.

Christian Persecution in the Middle East

9. Christian Persecution in the Middle East

Christian minorities have a long history in the Middle East. While forms of discrimination are common with their minority status in these areas, recently this persecution has grown in intensity and violence. As a result, Christian populations have plummeted throughout the Middle East.

Christian Persecution in China

10. Christian Persecution in China

Christianity has had a rough road since it first arrived in China in the 7th century. Depending on who was in charge, the religion has been embraced, tolerated or outright banned. Let's look at how the persecution of Christianity has evolved over the years.

Muslim Persecution in America

11. Muslim Persecution in America

America's 21st century has been largely characterized by the continual persecution of Muslims. In this lesson we'll look at the root and history of this trend.

Atheist Discrimination & Persecution

12. Atheist Discrimination & Persecution

Atheists, people who don't believe in the existence of God, make up a sizable portion of the world's population. They face discrimination, persecution and even death in not only underdeveloped nations but also liberal democracies like the United States.

Christian Persecution in India

13. Christian Persecution in India

Since the end of British colonial rule and the partitioning of India (1947), Indian Christians have undergone an escalating series of attacks encouraged by the growth and rise to power of Hindu nationalism.

Ethnic Persecution: Definition & Examples

14. Ethnic Persecution: Definition & Examples

Ethnic persecution has existed for thousands of years. But what exactly is ethnic persecution? How is it different from genocide, and how does it occur? In this lesson, we'll answer these questions as we take a peek at a few examples of ethnic persecution.

Christian Persecution in North Korea

15. Christian Persecution in North Korea

Persecution has occurred frequently during the entire history of mankind. While you may be able to identify historical examples of persecution, how much do you know about persecution of Christians in contemporary North Korea?

Persecution: Definition & Examples

16. Persecution: Definition & Examples

Persecution is a specific bias or treatment of a person or group based on some qualifying factor, such as religion, race, or gender. It has existed for centuries, and in this lesson you will learn all about it.

Christian Persecution: Facts & History

17. Christian Persecution: Facts & History

From the very early days, Christians have been persecuted somewhere in the world. We will explore the history of mistreatment against Christians from the early days of the religion's founding all the way to modern times.

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