The rights of protestants in spanish netherlands started what war?

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Video answer: The dutch revolt – the eighty years' war of the dutch republic against spain (1568 - 1648)

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5 Dec 2021. The Revolt of the Spanish Netherlands led to the collapse of Spain as a major European power. By 1618 – the start of the Thirty Years War – no catholic country saw Spain as a useful ally. The area concerned was part of the Habsburg Empire and known as the Spanish Netherlands.

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