Protestant princes ordered to conform by 15th April 1531

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Historical Context Note


The Diet of Augsburg rules that the Protestant princes of Germany must conform, by disowning their heretical attachment to Martin Luther and his doctrines, by 15th April 1531.
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Editors. "Protestant princes ordered to conform by 15th April 1531". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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