He attacked Ferdinand II and lost to Germany.
He was Charles V's son. He was cheerful, hated protestants, and was Catholic.
This Cardinal also attacked Ferdinand in the Thirty Year War because he wanted the title Holy Roman Emporer.
He also attack Ferdinand II of Germany, and he won, but died in battle and was ultimately defeated.
Oliver Cromwell lead an army to take over Charles I of England. He was puritain. During his rule he was very unpopular because he did not allow people to sing songs other than hymn, go to plays, or play cards. His funeral was the most "joyful" because no one cried over him.
Charles I married a Catholic French Princess. Was executed by Oliver Cromwell.
Charles II was the son of Charles I. Rulled after Oliver Cromwell. The Parliament invited him back after Cromwell's death, but limited the kings of England's power with their new laws.
This act made lands that were previously for all the common folks and divided the lands among the farmers, but the farmers had to pay for the lands. Some farmers could not afford the fee and had to sale their land to another wealthier farmer.
Cheerful, Harmless King of Germany, Fernanand. well, they thought he was harmless. He was Catholic and wanted it to be a Catholic country. He wanted to be the Holy Roman Emporer. They fought for 16 years and other countries decided to join.
The Plague of England was very bad. Almost half the city died. People were afraid to go out of their house. There was a man with a wagon yelling, "bring out their dead."
It started from one coal. The Lord Mayor came and said that a woman could put that out and went back to bed. Then it crept to another house and another house. People ran to the church for protection, but the roof of the church melted and people ran out. After three days the fire was gone.
The war between the Wanpagoag and the English settlement in Massachusetts.
War between Peter the Great of Russia and Charles XII of Sweden.
He was Muslium and as cruel at Genghis Khan. Established a trade treaty with James I of England
Extreme laws forbidding Christianity to spread in Japan
Built the Taj Majal
was the shogun of Japan. He stopped Catholic Missionaries from coming into Japan.
Decided that no one could come in or out of Japan, closing Japan for a century.
also called King Phillip
Called himself the sun king. Almost drowned when he was 4. His father died when he was four and he became king. He had a lot of tragedy at the end of his life. He ruled absolutely without advisors.
Changed the rules of China to be fair for all citizens. China became wealthier and prospered under his rule.http://www.hyperhistory.com/online_n2/people_n2/persons6_n2/kanghsi.html
He was king of Prussia. He became of Brandonburg because he got the people to think of them as one state.
Peter was interested in the west and spent a great deal of his reign trying to find a port and passage to Europe from Russia. He invaded the Swedes to accomplish this causing war.
Fought with Peter the Great of Russia to protect their portion of the Straight. They also ran the Russian army far into Russia, but suffered severly when the Russia winter came through and many of the Swedish Army died of cold.
Ruled China for 60 years. He collected the "Complete Library in the Four Branches of Literature"
Inventor, Artist, unschooled.
Painted the sisteen chapel. Was a competitor with DiVinci. Hot tempered. possibly gay.
English Poet who wrote Paradise Lost
Famous Italian Composer
wrote the fours seasons
calculated the distance around the earth. Place the sun rather than the earth at it's center of the universe
A scientist that study the stars and the universe. He discovered that the earth rotates around the sun.
John Locke went out of the country during James II rule, but came back in when William and Mary came to rule the country. He believed that Kinds and Queens should make the laws that only the people wanted. People had a right to life, health, liberty and possessions.
He discovered gravity and was curious. He was able to help farmers and economists with his philosophies.
Father of Chemistry. Found out that the reactants always weigh the same as the products.
chemist who defined acids and bases
Chemist who defined acid and bases by electron affinity with Broensted.
chemist who defined acid and bases with Lowery as electron affinity. He's from Denmark
He founded the city of Philadelphia which means "City of Brotherly Love."
Very brave. She was running towards the fort and people would not fight to save the fort, so she, at 14 fought the Iroquois herself. She and her brothers held down the fort for three days until reinforcements from a nearby colony came and rescued them.
invented the seed drill making farmer easier and more predictable for English Farmers