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Absolutism in Western Europe: c. 1589-1715 I. AbsolutismAbsolutism in Western Europe: c. 1589-1715 I. Absolutism
Foreshadowed totalitarianism in 20th century but lacked financial, technological and military resources
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1. Phillip II (2 nd ): (1556 1598)1. Phillip II (2 nd ): (1556 1598)
Spanish military, 3 expand Spain’s borders and its political influence, 4 spread the Catholic religion throughout Europe, 5 make Spain the most powerful country in Europe
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Absolutism: Derived from the traditional assumption of power (e g. heirs to the throne) and the belief in “divine right of kings”Absolutism: Derived from the traditional assumption of power (e g. heirs to the throne) and the belief in “divine right of kings”
Derived from the traditional assumption of power (e g heirs to the throne) and the belief in “divine right of kings”
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The Hapsburg Monarchy / DynastyThe Hapsburg Monarchy / Dynasty
Ferdinand II and his 29-year old son Philip II. Ferdinand II was given Austria and most of the Holy Roman Empire while Philip was given Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Milan & Naples
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Absolutism in Western Europe: c. 1589-1715Absolutism in Western Europe: c. 1589-1715
Foreshadowed totalitarianism in 20th century but lacked financial, technological and military resources
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