Jon Liang, Gabe Martinez, Tripp Twyman
Hungary was divided between Ottomans and Habsburgs. Ottomans got some Hungarian territory and Transylvania in the east and Habsburgs got Hungarian territory in the north and west.
The Bohemian Estates rose against the Habsburgs in an attempt to protect Protestant rights.
Rule now encompassed Austria, Tyrol, Syria, Bohemia, and parts of Hungary
Ferdinand II crushes revolt of Bohemian Estates. He confiscates Protestant lands and distributes them to Catholics.
Hungarians upset over the strict rule of the Habsburgs and the lack of religious toleration towards Protestantism.
Allows his daughter, Maria Theresa, to continue to have total control over the Austrian territories.