Comparison Between Through Historical Figures

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Isabella and Ferdinad unified Spain when they married in 1469. They maintained a strong government and took several steps to unify Spain. They persecuted other religions such as Muslims and Jews. This was good because everyone in Spain became Catholic but also bad because many of the Jews and Muslims balanced the economy of Spain.

Isabelle and Ferdinad had a grandson, Charles V. He inherited the Netherlands, and he became the King of Spain. He continued ruling his grandparents territory but he faced many problems. His problems were with the Lutherans, the Turks, and the French. He finally gave up his throne in 1556 and retired. Later, his throne went to his son, Phillip II.

Phillip II was the King of Spain from 1556 to 1598, and he built the power of Spain and the Roman Catholic Church. He did this much like his great grandparents, through religious intolerance.

He ordered Muslims and Jews to leave. He also battled the Ottomans. This is how Isabella and Ferdinad, Charles V, and Phillip II are related.

Isabella and Ferdinad unified Spain when they married in 1469. They maintained a strong government and took several steps to unify Spain. They persecuted other religions such as Muslims and Jews. This was good because everyone in Spain became Catholic but also bad because many of the Jews and Muslims balanced the economy of Spain.

Isabelle and Ferdinad had a grandson, Charles V. He inherited the Netherlands, and he became the King of Spain. He continued ruling his grandparents territory but he faced many problems. His problems were with the Lutherans, the Turks, and the French. He finally gave up his throne in 1556 and retired. Later, his throne went to his son, Phillip II.

Phillip II was the King of Spain from 1556 to 1598, and he built the power of Spain and the Roman Catholic Church. He did this much like his great grandparents, through religious intolerance. He ordered Muslims and Jews to leave. He also battled the Ottomans. This is how Isabella and Ferdinad, Charles V, and Phillip II are related.

Isabella and Ferdinad unified Spain when they married in 1469. They maintained a strong government and took several steps to unify Spain. They persecuted other religions such as Muslims and Jews. This was good because everyone in Spain became Catholic but also bad because many of the Jews and Muslims balanced the economy of Spain.

Isabelle and Ferdinad had a grandson, Charles V. He inherited the Netherlands, and he became the King of Spain. He continued ruling his grandparents territory but he faced many problems. His problems were with the Lutherans, the Turks, and the French. He finally gave up his throne in 1556 and retired. Later, his throne went to his son, Phillip II.

Phillip II was the King of Spain from 1556 to 1598, and he built the power of Spain and the Roman Catholic Church. He did this much like his great grandparents, through religious intolerance. He ordered Muslims and Jews to leave. He also battled the Ottomans. This is how Isabella and Ferdinad, Charles V, and Phillip II are related.

Isabella and Ferdinad unified Spain when they married in 1469. They maintained a strong government and took several steps to unify Spain. They persecuted other religions such as Muslims and Jews. This was good because everyone in Spain became Catholic but also bad because many of the Jews and Muslims balanced the economy of Spain.

Isabelle and Ferdinad had a grandson, Charles V. He inherited the Netherlands, and he became the King of Spain. He continued ruling his grandparents territory but he faced many problems. His problems were with the Lutherans, the Turks, and the French. He finally gave up his throne in 1556 and retired. Later, his throne went to his son, Phillip II.

Phillip II was the King of Spain from 1556 to 1598, and he built the power of Spain and the Roman Catholic Church. He did this much like his great grandparents, through religious intolerance. He ordered Muslims and Jews to leave. He also battled the Ottomans. This is how Isabella and Ferdinad, Charles V, and Phillip II are related.