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HIST-209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Military Revolution, Anglo-Dutch Wars, Cardinal Mazarin
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find more resources at oneclass.com Military Revolution. States began to rely more on infantry than the mounted knight. The longbow was an affective weapon against the charge of the knight. ...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Price Revolution, Jean Bodin, Political Philosophy
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find more resources at oneclass.com Absolutism. No transnational European empire. Hapsburg lands were still multi-national with Germans, Hungarians, Slavs, etc. Resulted in the codification of nation s...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture 8: Iron Century
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Iron Century. Wars between great powers leading to population loss, economic devastation, etc. The background of this is The Little Ice Age. Cooling trends brought on famines. Reappearance of the Four Horsemen of the Apoca...

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HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture 8: The Catholic Counter
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find more resources at oneclass.com The Catholic Counter-Reformation. Henry the 8th wanted to divorce his first wife Catherine of Aragon. She could not produce any male offspring. Anne Boylyn wanted to also ...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture 7: Christian Humanism and Martin Luther
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Christian Humanism: Finding the early sources of Christianity. The bible wasnt translated into the vernacular at this time and is written in Latin. Question of accurate translations. Humanists wanted to go back to the orig...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Excommunication, Simony, Indulgence
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The Catholic Church. The Catholic Church had problems with heresy. In medieval times, preachers would preach to public crowds and might become popular, bringing the attention of the church who are curious to see what hes p...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hermes Trismegistus, Plotinus, Occupational Disease
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find more resources at oneclass.com Printing Press. Revolutionary, everything else was hand copied manuscripts and 1 bible needed 500 calves. Chinese invente...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Louis Philippe I, Frankfurt Parliament, Industrial Revolution
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find more resources at oneclass.com The "Springtime of Nations": Revolutions of 1848. Factors that led to the outbreak of revolutions. Political: End of restoration after the period of the Napoleo...

History
HIST-210
E Krevsky
HIST-210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Wage Labour, Proletariat, Bourgeoisie
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find more resources at oneclass.com Industrial Revolution. Bourgeoisie and proletariat. New forms of production developed gradually in late 18th century. Industrial revolution started in Britain and in ad...

History
HIST-210
E Krevsky
HIST-209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: House Of Medici, Plotinus, Scholasticism
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find more resources at oneclass.com Cultural Aspects of the Renaissance. People are interested in the printing of religious works but also poetry/literature. Printing more works helps...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture 3: Spain and The Holy Roman Empire
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find more resources at oneclass.com Spain. Since 711, Spain had been under Muslim control. The Christian reconquest of Spain culminated when the last Muslim kingdom...

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HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture 4: The Renaissance
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find more resources at oneclass.com The Renaissance. Means "rebirth"/"birth" of modern Europe. Recovering the classical civilizations of the Greeks and Romans. Almost all rulers/countries had an interest in ...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-210 Lecture 4: Napoleon and Europe
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find more resources at oneclass.com Napoleon and Europe. Napoleon: Born in a noble family, got military education in France and onto an academy. Always fighting, in leadership roles and wanted to become a cap...

History
HIST-210
E Krevsky
HIST-210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Absolute Monarchy, Tyrant, Radicalization
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The French Revolution. Social and Political Structure of the Old Regime. Three estates: Clergy, nobility, commoners. Positions in society are defined by laws. The clergy is 1 of the population and own 10 of the land but pa...

History
HIST-210
E Krevsky
HIST-210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Great Fear, Tyrant
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The French Revolution. The First Stages of Revolution. Decision to convoke the Estates-General. Since the king was bankrupt, he called upon the medieval-like parliament of the Estates-General. Each Estate had one vote and ...

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HIST-210
E Krevsky

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