An English invasion of Europe
A Protestant rebellion in Spain
Ottomans advancing across Europe
The War of Spanish Succession
Break the Ottoman siege of Vienna
Capture the Ottoman port of Constantinople
Gain a warm-water port on the Mediterranean Sea
Gain a warm-water port on the Black Sea
Weakened the army of Louis XIV
Weakened the French economy
Weakened the power of Henry IV
Weakened the French bureaucracy
Germany became united under a strong central government.
The Netherlands became part of the new Hapsburg empire.
France gained territory on its Spanish and German frontiers.
Poland was divided among Russia, Prussia, and Austria.
Ottoman forces overran much of southern France.
Saxons invaded France in order to occupy Paris.
Charles fought his brother in a series of religious wars.
Charles suppressed Protestantism in the German states.
Lowering tariffs on foreign goods to increase trade.
Ending many years of costly, unnecessary wars.
Requiring French nobles and clergy to pay taxes
Imposing mercantilist policies to boost the economy
Were battling for control of German states
Were fighting for control of overseas empires
Were moving towards constitutional governments
Agreed to work together to defeat Russia and Poland
He wanted to hear their ideas about governing France
They helped check the power of the nobles and church
They asked to participate in the morning levee ritual
The appointments persuaded them to support the arts
All Christians should have religious freedom
All citizens should have a say in government
The Anglican monarchy should be restored
Charles I should be tried and executed