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AP Euro (1454-1815)

all the important days that I need to memorize

1454-55 Gutenburg Printing Press
1492 Columbus Discovers America
1513 Machiavelli's "The Prince"
1517 Luther's 95 theses
1543 Copernicus's "Heavenly Body"
1555 Peace of Augsburg
1609 Bank of Amsterdam
1618-48 30 Years War ends (Peace of Westphalia)
1643-1715 Louis XIV/ Cromwell's long parliament
1649 Beheading of Charles I
1687 Newtons "Pricipia"
1688-89 Glorious Revolution/ Bill of Rights
1720 Bubbles Burst
1740-48 War of Austrian Succession
1756-63 7 Years War (France vs. Austria)
1776 American Revolution and the Declaration of Independence/ Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations"
1789 French Revolution Begins
1804-1814 Napolean's era
1815 Battle of Waterloo
Created by: kpetersen1