This Eastern European country was under the control of an authoritarian dictator from 1933-1945.
In the 16th century, on this continent, Protestant leaders such as Martin Luther and John Calvin were teaching and forming new churches in opposition to the Catholic Church.
This European time period celebrated the arts and sciences during the 15th century during a resurgence following the Middle Ages, and created a new wealthy class.
This was the primary religious power throughout Europe from the end of the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages and up to the Reformation in the 16th century and is led by a single Pope.
This is the term used to indicate churches that arose in protest to the Catholic Church; its early leaders included John Calvin and Martin Luther.
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