As a result, it was King Francis I who assisted Ottomans in expanding to the Habsburgs. On the other hand, Ottomans helped in the election of the French prince. European powers allied with the Ottomans whenever it was profitable for them. Nevertheless, when they started feeling a great threat that the Ottoman expansion would drastically affect them, for the Ottomans had control over many trade routes and many resources, they unified against the empire. In brief, they typically cared about their own
But actually, he changed citizen's life more effectively. First, he standardized money, weights, scholarships, laws, government, cultures, bureaucracies, and measures for better and convenient life for citizens. The government was well developed and very strong. Second, He also widened the roads for trading items, army and for people to visit. Which means if the trade rate increased, the economy increased too.
Europe’s economy deeply excelled during these years, which turned this country into an economic role model. This religious dispute encouraged noblemen to gain their independence from powerful lords who sold them their land. This system was unfair and only made these men even more powerful than they already were. The pope helped them realize that they deserved better, and he also helped them understand reforms. Europe was influenced by Muslim customs and food cultures that eventually stuck with them over the years that these two religious battled for the holy land.
Hamilton became involved with politics. To succeed his goal of making the world better he created a new constitution. Also, after the war he created a new law office ( Clemens p.7 ). He had a great contribution to the government world and also the great America. The motivation that Hamilton got was very big and helpful to him.
British culture spread all over the world due to their constant invasion. England has a gory and bloody history. Scotland has a compicated history. It used to be an indepedent state, now it 's part of Great Britain. Most of the monarchy is Europe have been abolished unlike England who has preserved their own royal family.
The overall quality of life had improved due to imperialism. For instance, the colonies were able to provide resources for the progressive nations when they were not capable of doing it on their own. By creating a new way of living for them, they were able to “give these people the benefit of other blessings of civilization which they did not have the means of creating themselves,” (Doc. 5). The range of job opportunities that arose was also a major positive outcome of the Industrial Revolution and New Imperialism.
With the fall of the Carolingian Empire, Europe was left in a frantic and militaristic state marked by violence amongst fluctuating kingdoms and territorial leaders. In the early 12th century, however, France was beginning to experience a positive change in the monarchy when Louis the VI became king in 1108. Also known as Louis the Fat (due to his massive weight towards the end of his life), Louis was able to assert his force as king by giving just, and often violent, punishments to criminals and enemies. Once a confidant to the king and eventually the abbot of St. Denis, Suger writes about Louis’ various acts in The Deeds of Louis the Fat. These deeds helped to shape France’s monarchy into a powerful, centralized unit that would continue for
Many people assume in medieval Europe that the crown is more powerful because it involves the king and the king rules everything. But however, it is very debatable by many historians who really took the win over who was most powerful. The Catholic Church has just as much and even more power than the government in Europe. This is demonstrated especially in the cases of Thomas Becket vs King Henry II, Pope Urban’s call for the crusade and Pope Gregory VII and King Henry IV, in each case the Catholic Church won over the European government. During the events of the tension with Thomas Becket and Henry II, the ultimate victory was the Catholic Church.
A few of the things they were fighting for were, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, equal rights in comparison to British soldiers, a self regulated economy, etc. This was the first major upset of the ruling elites, which helped influence many future events. Within 10 years of the ending of this American Revolution, the French Revolution was in full swing. The French people were fighting for their own rights, and replacing their King/Queen. The French people fought for many of the same exact ideas, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, better regulation of the economy,
European colonization of other parts of the world was affected by mercantilism due to its ability to strengthen a nation through its attribute to increase wealth. Increased wealth always helped make a nation stronger by building a stronger military and helped it expand the nations influence and supported the lives of others. Its wealth was increased due to the new goods introduced to Europe which was able to be sold to other countries who lacked this good and was able to make a profit from it. Not only that but through mercantilism businesses of all kinds were able to expand and continued to shape up the economy. As Europe began to colonize other parts of the world, such as North and South America, they discovered new goods there such as food
Prior to 1550, the European continent was dominated by Catholicism and had been for centuries. However, Protestantism first introduced by Martin Luther had begun to make inroads in the Holy Roman Empire and Nordic countries. Despite the growing popularity of these new religions, the majority of monarchs saw religious diversity as a weakness. Instead, most rulers pursued Religious uniformity to ensure political stability and strength. Examples of monarchs attempting to achieve religious university abound from Charles V in the Holy Roman Empire and Spain, to Rome, and to England.