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Martin Luther, a German monk, is outraged by priest Johann Tetzel selling indulgences to people.
Luther is so enraged that he composes 95 theses, or arguments, against indulgences and the clergy selling them. He nails his arguements to the All Saint's Church.
Luther's arguments gain popularity quickly, which causes Holy Roman Emperor Charles V to demand he recant, or give up, his ideas.
After being outlawed by Charles V, Luther finds his ideas becoming very popular among both German peasants and nobility.
The Germans revolt against the corrupted church and, after several decades of battles, each Prince wins the right to choosing what religion his lands follow.
After the Protestant Reformation, my prediction is that Luther will help the German Princes with their freedom of religion. This revolution may spark the desire for change in others as well.
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