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ACF European History

European History

Signed treaties of Knared, Stolbovo, Altmark .Cousin was Sigismund 3 of Poland. Axel Oxenstierna was chancellor. Won battles of Breitenfeld and Lutzen (where he died). Swedish king during 30 years war. Gustavus Adolphus
Austrian Count Andrassy asked for this. Shrunk Bulgaria. Serbia, Montenegro and Romania were granted independence. Gave Dobruja to Romania. Created Eastern Rumelia. Dominated by Otto Van Bismarck.Revised Treaty of San Stefano in 1878. Congress of Berlin
Made Sweden sovereign over Norway. Guaranteed Swiss neutrality. Castlereagh was British rep. Hardenberg was Prussian rep. Talleyrand was French rep. Led by Metternich. Rewrote European power balance in 1815. Congress of Vienna
Military pact(Tohopesate).Major kontors were London,Bergen,Novgorod.Last meeting in 1669.After Peace of Vordingborg,Beat Valdemar4(Denmark)&forced Treaty of Straslund.Bremen,Hamburg&Lübeck last members.Northern European trading league that had Baltic Sea. Hanseatic League
wants enosis w/gree.former rulers:house lusignan,makarios 3.famagusta captured by ottomans in 1571.old source of copper.invaded by turk in 1974.island divided btw greeks&turks Cyprus
Antonio de Oliveira Salazar
Battle of Agincourt
Battle of Austerlitz
Battle of Bannockburn
Battle of Blenheim
Battle of Bosworth Field
Battle of Culloden Moor
Battle of Lepanto
Battle of Lutzen
Battle of Mohacs
Battle of Narva
Battle of Stamford Bridge
Peace of Westphalia
South Sea Bubble
St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre
The Tin Drum
the War of the Austrian Succession
Thirty Years' War
Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle
Treaty of Karlowitz
Treaty of Nystad
Treaty of Paris
Treaty of San Stefano
Treaty of Verdun
Ulrich Zwingli
Vichy France
War of the Devolution
War of the Polish Succession
War of the Three Henrys
William Gladstone
William II or William Rufus
Willy Brandt
zemsky sobor
Adolf Hitler
Adrian IV
Aethelred IIs
Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von Wallenstein
Aleksandr Fyodorovich Kerensky
Alexander I
Alexander II
Alexander III of Scotland
Alexander Nevsky
Alfred the Great
Battle of Flodden Field
Battle of Leipzig
Battle of Marengo
Battle of Sedan
Battle of Solferino
Battle of Tewkesbury
Battle of the Boyne
Battle of the Bulge
Battle of the Dunes
Battle of Tours or Battle of Poitiers
Battle of Verdun
Benjamin Disraeli
Berlin Wall
Braganza or Bragança
Cardinal Jules Mazarin
Cardinal Richelieu
Carlsbad Decrees
Cato Street Conspiracy
Charles II
Charles Stewart Parnell
Charles V
Chartism (accept: Chartists)
Clarendon Code
Concordat of Worms
Council of Chalcedon
Council of Clermont
Council of Constance
Council of Pisa
Council of Trent
David Lloyd George
Don John (or Juan) of Austria
Drogheda [or Droichead Átha]
Easter Rebellion
Edict of Nantes
Edward IV of England
Edward the Confessor
Edward VI
El Escorial
Elizabeth I
Erich Honecker
Francisco Franco
Frederick II
George II
George Vancouver
Georges Clemenceau
Girolamo Savonarola
Girondins or Girondists
Giuseppe Garibaldi
Golden Bull
Gordon Riots
Guelphs [or Guelfs; or Welfs]
Habsburg [or Hapsburg]
Harold II
Henry I [or Henry the Fowler or Heinrich I]
Henry I of England [prompt on Henry]
Henry III
Henry IV
Henry IV or Heinrich IV
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston
Henry the Navigator
Henry VI
Henry VII
Henry VIII
House of Capet or Capetian dynasty
Hugh Capet
Hundred Years War
Hungary or Magyarország
Isabella I of Castile
Ivan IV
Jack Cade
Jacobite Rebellions
Jagiellonian dyansty
James I of England
Jan Sobieski
Jean-Baptiste Colbert
John Major
John of Gaunt
Joseph II
July Revolution
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Kaliningrad oblast
Kalmar Union
Konrad Adenauer
Lajos Kossuth
Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria
Lech Walesa
Leonid Brezhnev
Leopold II
Long Parliament
Lorenzo de'Medici, the Magnificent
Louis IX of France [or Saint Louis]
Louis XI
Louis XIV [prompt on Louis]
Ludwig II or Louis II
Magna Carta
Margaret Hilda Roberts Thatcher
Maria Theresa
Merovingian dynasty
Michael Collins
Napoleon III
Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev
Otto I
Otto von Bismarck
Owen Glendower
Paris Commune
Peace of Bretigny
Peace of Utrecht
Peasants' Revolt
Pepin III or Pepin the Short
Peter the Great [or Peter I]
Peterloo Massacre
Petition of Right
Philip II [prompt on Philip]
Phoenix Park Murders
Pilgrimage of Grace
Poor Laws
Pope Julius II
Popish Plot
Pragmatic Sanction
Prague Spring [or Praska Jaro]
Prince Eugene of Savoy
Republic of Malta
Robert Guiscard
Robert the Bruce
Robert Walpole
Rye House plot
Saint Thomas à Becket
Schmalkaldic League
Seven Weeks' War or Austro-Prussian War
Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester
Sinn Féin
Sir Robert Peel
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill
Spanish Armada
Star Chamber
Stephen I of Blois
Tennis Court Oath
Teutonic Knights
the battle of Crécy
the Finneans
the Golden Hind
the Great Northern War
Theodoric the Great
Thomas Wyatt
Vlad the Impaler
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