• Period: Dec 11, 1474 to Jan 23, 1516

    King Ferdinand and Isabella

    Rulers of spain
  • Period: Apr 22, 1509 to Jan 28, 1547

    Henry VIII

    King of the United Kingdom
  • Period: Aug 25, 1530 to

    Ivan the Terrible

    Ruled over russia
  • Period: Sep 7, 1533 to

    Elizebeth I

    ruled over england
  • Period: Jan 21, 1556 to

    Phillip II

    Phillip ii ruled over spain
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    Thirty Years War

    one of the longest and most destructive conflicts in European history
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    English Civil War

    A series of civil wars and political machinations fought between Parliamentarians (Roundheads) and Royalists (Cavaliers), mainly over England's governance and religious issues. The war ended with a Parliamentarian victory, which ended with the execution of Charles I, the excommunication of his son, Charles II, and the establishment of the Commonwealth of England.
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    Peter The Great

    Ruler of the russian empire
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    The Glorious Revolution

    The Glorious Revolution is one of the terms used to describe the events that lead to the deposition of James the II and VII, and the replacement by his daughter, Mary II, and the James' nephew William III of Orange, ruler of the Dutch Republic. When William landed in Brixom in Torbay with 14,000 men and advanced to London, most of the English Royal Army defected to join him; making the James go into exile on the 23 of December.
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    War of the Spanish Succession

    The war of the spanish Succession was about the spainish crown
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    The Seven-Years War

    A global conflict involving most major European powers, many smaller powers, as well as Asian and American nations. Empires seeking pre-eminence and border expansion sparked massive wars across the world, however the Seven-Years War was also caused by unresolved issues from old wars, and led to a singular war being fought across the New World and the Old World.
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    louis XVI

    ruled over France
  • Meeting of the Estates-General

    Meeting of the Estates-General
    This meeting of the Estates-General would be the last meeting they would have, as the end of this meeting would signify the start of the French Revolution. The meeting ended when the Third Estate formed the National Assembly, and against the wishes of the King, asked the other Estates to join them; sparking the French Revolution.
  • Storming of the Bastille

    Storming of the Bastille
    The storming of the Bastille occurred when revolutionary insurgents stormed, seized, and took control of the armory, fortress, and political prison. The prison contained only 7 prisoners at the time of its storming, but was still seen as a sign of the monarch's abuse of power.
  • Tennis Court Oath

    Tennis Court Oath
    On June 20th, members of the French Third Estate, also called the National Assembly, took the Tennis Court Oath in the Versailles tennis court, built in 1689. The oath "not to separate and to reassemble wherever necessary until the Constitution of the kingdom is established" became a pivotal event in the French Revolution.
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man

    Declaration of the Rights of Man
    The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen is a document created during the French Revolution by France's National Constituent Assembly. The Declaration was a statement of the core values of the French Revolutionaries, and had a major impact on the development of individual liberty and democracy worldwide, but especially in Europe.
  • Women's March on Versailles

    Women's March on Versailles
    The March on Versailles was one of the earliest and most significant aspects of the French Revolution. The March began when women in the marketplaces of Paris were nearly rioting over the high price of bread. Their numbers buffed by revolutionary agitators, they stormed a French armory; taking the weapons and laying siege to Versailles, forcing the King, his family, and the French Assembly to return with them to Paris.
  • Execution of Louis XVI

    Louis was executed publicly, by guillotine, at Place de la Révolution, Revolution Square. A trial on January 17 found him guilty of high treason, and then a majority vote lead the punishment to be execution.
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    Reign of Terror.

    The Reign of Terror was a period of the French Revolution when, following the creation of the First Republic, a series of massacres and numerous public executions took place in response to revolutionary fervour, anticlerical sentiment, and accusations of treason by the Committee of Public Safety. By then, 16,594 official death sentences had been dispensed throughout France since 1793, of which 2,639 were in Paris alone; and an additional 10,000 died in prison, without trial.
  • Maximilien Robespierre's execution

    Maximilien Robespierre's execution
    On July 27, 1794, Robespierre and a number of his followers were arrested at the Hôtel de Ville in Paris. The next day Robespierre and 21 of his followers were taken to the Place de la Révolution, where they were executed by guillotine before a cheering crowd.
  • Napoleon Crowns Himself Emperor

    Napoleon Crowns Himself Emperor
    In Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Napoleon Bonaparte is crowned Napoleon I, the first Frenchman to hold the title of emperor in a thousand years. In Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Napoleon Bonaparte is crowned Napoleon I, the first Frenchman to hold the title of emperor in a thousand years.
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    Peninsular Wars

    The Peninsular War was the military conflict fought in the Iberian Peninsula by Spain, Portugal, and the United Kingdom against the invading and occupying forces of the First French Empire during the Napoleonic Wars. The war started when the French and Spanish armies invaded and occupied Portugal in 1807 by transiting through Spain, and it escalated in 1808 after Napoleonic France occupied Spain, which had been its ally.
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    French Invasion of Russia

    Napoleon and his troops invade Russia. The campaign failed, however, because Napolean and his Troops ran out of food, and could not survive the harsh weather conditions
  • Napoleon is Exiled to Elba

    Napoleon is Exiled to Elba
  • Napoleon Dies

    Napoleon Dies
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    Nicholas II

    Ruled over russia