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30 Years War
The Thirty Years War was a series of conflicts that began in the early 17th century in the Holy Roman Empire and eventually most of Europe. The basis of the war began as a conflict between the Protestants and Roman Catholics and their different views concerning how the corrupt Roman Catholic Church should be run. Although the war began as a holy war it eventually transcended into a political struggle. The war is divided into four different time periods and geographic locations. These four subsections were the Bohemian Period, Danish Period, Swedish Period, and the French Period.
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