Eastern Europe 
Different, but different.
Serfdom
Black Death
Habsburg Empire
Too many ethnic 
differences
HRE Ferdinand III 
and III 1637-1657 
Ferdinand the Third, elected Roman 
Emperor, always August, King of Germany, 
Hungar...
Battle for Vienna, 
1683 
Sultan 
HRE Leopold I 
Mehmet IV 
King John Sobieski of 
Poland
Siege of Vienna
King John III of Poland wins 
the battle
HRE Charles VI and Maria 
Theresa 
Without a male heir, 
he got the rulers of 
Europe to agree to 
the Pragmatic 
Sanction...
Gyorgy Dozsa and 
Hungary
Hungary in Pieces 
Habsburgs persecute Protestants and 
nationalists; nobles frequently rebel in 
response.
Hohenzollern 
Prussia 
Frederick William (Great 
Elector)
Brandenburg and 
Prussia
Frederick I, KING! and Frederick 
William, the soldier
Russia in 
Transformation Ivan III rebelled 
against the 
Mongol khan, 
claimed Moscow 
was the ‘Third 
Rome’ and 
consoli...
Ivan the Terrible who 
massacred Novgorod
Accidentally killed 
his son
Everyone ran from his secret 
police, the Oprichniks!
Time of Troubles for 
20 years
Czar Michael Romanov 
1613-45
Peter the Great 
1682-1725
Loses first battles
Modernized Russia
And reformed the army and 
then won
14-rank table of 
service 
14. Collegiate Registrar 13. Office 
Registrar 
12. Gubernial Secretary 11. Ship 
Secretary 
10...
Built St. Petersburg
Peter the Great and 
his Navy
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Euroearlyeasterneurope

  1. 1. Eastern Europe Different, but different.
  2. 2. Serfdom
  3. 3. Black Death
  4. 4. Habsburg Empire
  5. 5. Too many ethnic differences
  6. 6. HRE Ferdinand III and III 1637-1657 Ferdinand the Third, elected Roman Emperor, always August, King of Germany, Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Archduke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Margrave of Moravia, Duke of Luxemburg, of the Higher and Lower Silesia, of Wurtemburg and Teck, Prince of Swabia, Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg and Goritia, Marquess of the Sacred Roman Empire, Burgovia, the Higher and Lower Lusace, Lord of the Marquisate of Slavonia, of Port Naon and Salines.
  7. 7. Battle for Vienna, 1683 Sultan HRE Leopold I Mehmet IV King John Sobieski of Poland
  8. 8. Siege of Vienna
  9. 9. King John III of Poland wins the battle
  10. 10. HRE Charles VI and Maria Theresa Without a male heir, he got the rulers of Europe to agree to the Pragmatic Sanction of 1713, which guaranteed that Habsburg lands would never be split and gave his daughter’s right to succeed him.
  11. 11. Gyorgy Dozsa and Hungary
  12. 12. Hungary in Pieces Habsburgs persecute Protestants and nationalists; nobles frequently rebel in response.
  13. 13. Hohenzollern Prussia Frederick William (Great Elector)
  14. 14. Brandenburg and Prussia
  15. 15. Frederick I, KING! and Frederick William, the soldier
  16. 16. Russia in Transformation Ivan III rebelled against the Mongol khan, claimed Moscow was the ‘Third Rome’ and consolidated the cities around Moscow into a Kingdom, of which he became CZAR!
  17. 17. Ivan the Terrible who massacred Novgorod
  18. 18. Accidentally killed his son
  19. 19. Everyone ran from his secret police, the Oprichniks!
  20. 20. Time of Troubles for 20 years
  21. 21. Czar Michael Romanov 1613-45
  22. 22. Peter the Great 1682-1725
  23. 23. Loses first battles
  24. 24. Modernized Russia
  25. 25. And reformed the army and then won
  26. 26. 14-rank table of service 14. Collegiate Registrar 13. Office Registrar 12. Gubernial Secretary 11. Ship Secretary 10. Collegiate Secretary 9. Titular Councillor 8. Collegiate Assessor 7. Court Councillor 6. Collegiate Councillor 5. Civil Councillor 4. Chamberlain 3. Privy Councillor 2. Chief Councillor 1. Chancellor
  27. 27. Built St. Petersburg
  28. 28. Peter the Great and his Navy

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