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  1. The rule " Cuius regio, eius religio" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuius_regio,_eius_religio And because of that, that germany is divided between a protestant north and a catholic south

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  2. ...choice. Since most chose Protestant it broke some of Charles V's and the Church's control over them...

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  3. C. Catholicism was the official religion of the holy roman empire which controlled germany where lutheranism was on the rise.

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  4. The answer is `D`, it allowed princes of the Holy Roman Empire to impose a religion on their subjects

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  5. C. each German ruler decided whether he and his subjects would be Catholic or Lutheran. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Peace _ of _ Augsburg

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  6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Peace _ of _ Augsburg

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  7. ... Roman Empire. If you're referring to the Peace of Augsburg 1555: This was a treaty between Holy Roman ...

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