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The treaty that made the modern world

he ‘Thirty Years’ War’ was essentially the result of one man’s fanatical ambition – and of the religious divides of the time. Ferdinand Habsburg was (absentee) King of Bohemia, and wanted to make this Protestant country Catholic. This did not go down well with his subjects, who rebelled – the actual start of the rebellion

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