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Peace of Passau
In August 1552, confronted by fierce resistance from Protestant forces, and weary from three decades of religious civil war, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V guaranteed Lutheran religious freedoms in the Peace of Passau. A precursor to the Peace of Augsburg of September, 1555, the Peace of Passau effectively surrendered Charles V's lifelong quest for European religious unity.
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