The Victims of The Thirty Years War video

Video title: The Victims

Use this World History and The Thirty Year War video entitled The Victims to study how the Thirty Years War extinguished the role of religion as a dominant force in European affairs and sealed the doom of feudalism as a socio-political system in Europe. Learn about how the outcome of the Thirty Years War affected the participating countries, and discover which country emerged from the war as the most powerful state in Europe.

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  • History of The Thirty Years War. Learn about The Victims of The Thirty Years War. Learn about the personalities who dominated Europe during the Thirty Years' War, a conflict that redrew the map of Europe.
  • Explore the period 1618 - 1648 in European history, a time when France, the Netherlands, Sweden, the Holy Roman Empire, Germany, and Bohemia were engaged in a continuous thirty-year war that began in Bohemia and spread because of greed and political motives.
  • Explain the roles played by Cardinal Richelieu, Gustavus Adolphus, and Albrecht von Wallenstein.
  • Discover how the Thirty Years' War extinguished the role of religion as a dominant force in European affairs and sealed the doom of feudalism as a sociopolitical system in Europe.
  • Examine how the outcome of the Thirty Years' War affected the participating countries, and discover which country emerged from the war as the most powerful state in Europe. Hear excerpts of songs and dialogue from Mother Courage and Her Children, a chronicle play by the German playwright Bertolt Brecht about this war's devastation.
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