Citation: “The Edict of Nantes.” History Today, vol. 48, no. 4, 1998, p. 35. World History in Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A20490508/WHIC?u=hcpub_hebron&xid=78619450. Accessed 10 Dec. 2017. Annotation (75 words): This part of the magazine was talking the Edict of Nantes and the purpose. This was signed by Henri IV, this ended the wars Roman Catholics and Protestants. One of the biggest events St. Bartholomew Massacre around this time. Huguenots wanted the ability to follow the religion they wanted. The people who opposed this slowly came over to the other side. Henri III was one of the leaders who ruled for 4 years following this event. 2. Citation: DeSantis, Marc G. “The peace of Westphalia (1648).” MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, Autumn 2015, p. 18+. Student Resources in Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A424620704/SUIC?u=hcpub_hebron&xid=7cf75438. Accessed 10 Dec. 2017. Annotation (75 words): This part of the magazine is it gives an overview of the Thirty Years of War. The Thirty Years Wars was during the 1618. In 1643, this was the start of the Peace Of Westphalia. It goes into detail about the process and the effects of it. The Peace of Westphalia helped make everything more balanced and people agreed to it. Currently, this “contract” still is the reason for many policies and politics. Digital Resource: No .com or Wikipedia. All citations are in MLA format 3. Citation: “The Spanish Armada, 1588.” Gale Encyclopedia of World History: War, Gale, 2009. Student Resources in Context, link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ3048700136/SUIC?u=hcpub_hebron&xid=28c3fdb1. Accessed 1 Dec. 2017. Annotation (75 words): The end of the Spanish Armada was one of the biggest events in the war between the England and Spain. After the reign of Elizabeth, Philip II had to call up a fleet with over 7,600 seamen. He was very angry that the Spanish lost a lot that the name of England was going down. One of the ships, Santa Cruz, went down. They lost many fights after and the much of the fleet went down in before making it back. The fight went on for 15 years. 4. Citation: “Louis XIV.” UXL Biographies, UXL, 2011. Student Resources in Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ2108101416/SUIC?u=hcpub_hebron&xid=097362a3. Accessed 10 Dec. 2017. Annotation (75 words): This was one of the greater and known rulers of France. He thought the role of king came to him from God. He believes everything came from him and France wouldn’t be where it is without him. Mazarin was the first to take charge before Louis. When Louis took over, he ordered for a place to be created. They fought with the Huguenots, Louis wanted power in Europe, and to make his crown spread. His greediness for more power and control didn’t benefit him at the end of the day. Primary Resource: All citations are in MLA format 5. Citation: “Roman Catholic Church.” Renaissance and Reformation Reference Library, edited by Julie L. Carnagie, et al., vol. 5: Primary Sources, UXL, 2002, pp. 180-190. World History in Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/CX3426300128/WHIC?u=hcpub_hebron&xid=0ca44604. Accessed 10 Dec. 2017. Annotation (75 words): This source was all about the Catholic Reformation. Catholics had many big social systems and they seemed to have problems they want to fix. The Council of Trent had to attend to these problems. Many popes like Paul IV and Pope Julius III hosted these meetings in seasons. Then it gives us examples of what we should get from each paragraph of “Professions of the Tridentine Faith”. This reading follows and tells us about the faith of Catholics and Protestants, and more information on Protestants and Catholics. 6. Citation: “Emperor Henry IV and Pope Gregory VII.” Middle Ages Reference Library, edited by Judy Galens and Judson Knight, vol. 4: Primary Sources, UXL, 2001, pp. 111-119. World History in Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/CX3426200115/WHIC?u=hcpub_hebron&xid=42051678. Accessed 10 Dec. 2017. Annotation (75 words): This is a letter. There seemed to be problems for power in Western Europe. Pope Gregory VII wanted the Henry IV to stop with promoting people to bishops. Then goes to a summary of the letters and comparing them to each other. It displays the letter and the document. Henry IV gets rid of him and it ultimately doesn’t help him. After Gregory dies, he is replaced by Urban II. Urban started a war, take the Holy Lands, and to gain more power.