The second half of the sixth century marked the beginning of the most calamitous and destructive European wars in history. The onset of this period marked the end of the cold-war within the Christian churches that had existed after the emergence of the protestant reformation.
These religious wars mainly took two forms; they were either in the form of national wars or in the form of civil wars. The ultimate solution of these wars was to be the overthrawal of catholic kings in most ofEuropeas the Protestants were not happy with the leadership styles of the said catholic kings. One of the major drawbacks of catholic leadership was the overthrawal and subsequent execution of king charles1, inEnglandwithin the middle years of the seventeenth century.