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Serfdom gradually disappeared with the growth of industry, and the medieval system of landholding began to give way to the capitalistic system. The rise of towns and the development of trade led to the creation of the middle classes, the members of which formed an aristocracy of wealth as opposed to that of birth. Meanwhile there had come about a gradual alteration from the industrial methods of the Middle Ages - the finished article was now produced, not by one man, but by a series of men, each a specialist.

THE REFORMATION IN GERMANY 35 (b) The relation between commerce and scepticism. g. Nuremberg, Augsburg, Cologne, Frankfort), Knight (with a castle and a village). the Archbishops of Mayence, Treves and Cologne) . Hence there was no central power to maintain order, and(a) Germany (the" milch-cow of the Papacy") was exposed to the rapacity of Rome. (b) The Reformation could take place without the consentof Charles V. ) X THE REFORMATION IN GERMANY (1) MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546) Luther was educated at Erfurt University.

The rise of the Dutch trading Empire is the story of the fall of that of Portugal. The Portuguese Empire in the East all but disappeared, and only Brazil and the Atlantic islands retained a semblance of their former strength. WARS OF THE HUGUENOTS 53 .. The Dutch East India Company was established in 1602. In 1606 the destruction of the SpanishPortuguese fleet at Malacca put the control of Eastern waters into Dutch hands. Their influence spread through Ceylon to Java and Sumatra, to the Spice Islands, to Macao in China, to New Guinea, and even to New Holland (Australia).

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