Protestant Reformation Dbq Essay

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Reformation LEQ Throughout the sixteenth century, Protestant Reformations were a common theme among a vast majority of European countries. The Protestant Reformation that took place in Germany was led by Martin Luther, a former Catholic Monk. His reasons for Reformation were solely religious based, which was very different than the Reformation that took place in England. The English Reformation was led by King Henry VIII, but unlike Luther, his reasons for Reformation were personal. Although these two Protestant Reformations were very different, they had one highly important thing in common, they were both extremely large threats to the dominant Catholic Church. The Reformation in Germany was led by a former Catholic monk, Martin Luther.

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