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Enlightenment and Age of absolutism

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Enlightenment and Age of absolutism

Even though the Holy Roman Empire no more were built with a significant role in European politics following the Thirty Years War, it continued to be essential in Germany, supplying a framework for that many German states and cities conduct of the public matters. The Reichstag, which continued to be in session at Regensburg from 1663 before the empire s dissolution in 1806, provided a forum for that settlement of disputes. Occasionally, votes were come to remove incompetent or tyrannical rulers of member states. The empire s most significant serviceā€¦

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