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How the Thirty Years' War tore Europe apart

The Thirty Years' War was a cataclysmic conflict that engulfed Europe from 1618 to 1648. It is often remembered as a brutal and transformative period in history, fueled by religious fervor, political ambition, and social upheaval. It reshaped the continent's political landscape and left an enduring impact on its cultural and societal norms...

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    Religion, bloodshed, and betrayal: How the Thirty Years' War tore Europe apart

    Religion, bloodshed, and betrayal: How the Thirty Years' War tore Europe apart

    The Thirty Years' War was a cataclysmic conflict that engulfed Europe from 1618 to 1648. It is often remembered as a brutal and transformative period …

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