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Ottoman Empire war and Policies


During the beginning of the Protestant reformation, he waged war on the Ottoman Empire (which means he basically got all his comrades behind him in an effort to crush an enemy, the Turks. This is why the Holy League (1538) was formed, although it didn't last for long, and they did lose a The Battle of Preveza(, not up until The Battle of Lepanto (after Charles's death).

Secondly, with the disobedient German princes, he established an inquisition in 1522, he was strident on political dissent, he enabled the death penalty for cases of heresy in 1550, and other such edicts to affirm authority.