HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Protestantism, Redone, Total War

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Ferdinand, and elected frederick, who was a protestant prince: ferdinand refused to allow the bohemians to get away with this. Edict of restitution: ferdinand issued this following his victory. All catholic property taken by protestants, since 1552 (before augsburg) had to be returned to catholic owners or church: wanted to take away protestant land and property. In 1630, he dismissed wallenstein and the empire. France gets involved: richelieu paid huge money to sweden and the general gustavus adolphus to lead the swedish army against germany (was also protestant, the possibility of adolphus and the huge money from france would make. Adolphus the leader of the cause and be a huge danger to germany: ferdinand realized that the only force to defeat sweden was wallenstein. Swedes: so he rescinded the edict of restitution, frederick was still his enemy though, the princes of germany finally felt that they had won because ferdinand recognized both religions as important.

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