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Jews are persecuted in Germany 1349 Context Note
Martin Luther publicly burns the bull Exsurge 1520 Context Note
Martin Luther is cross-examined at the Diet of Worms 1521 - 1521 Context Note
Emperor Charles V prohibits the proposed German synod at Speyer 1524 Context Note
First Diet of Speyer endorses Edict of Worms 1526 Context Note
Protestant princes ordered to conform by 15th April 1531 1530 Context Note
Diet of Augsburg decrees endorses the Edict of Worms 1530 Context Note
Lutheran deadline for conformity expires 1531 Context Note
Leaders of the Schmalkaldic League outlawed by the Empire 1546 Context Note
Protestant immigrants are expelled from the imperial city of Aachen 1560 Context Note
Protestants in the Imperial Diet are condemned 1598 Context Note
Protestants break up the Diet of Ratisbon 1608 Context Note
The Emperor Rudolf II forced to permit freedom of religion in Bohemia 1609 Context Note
Catholic oppression in Bohemia rouses national antipathy to the Emperor 1616 Context Note
The Great Elector offers refuge to French Huguenots 1684 Context Note
Prince Metternich issues Six Articles to maintain despotic government 1832 Context Note
Reichstag rejects Bismarck's proposed repression of radicals 1878 Context Note
German anti-socialist law of 1878 expires 1890 Context Note
German anti-Jesuit law of 1872 revised 1904 Context Note

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