What are the consequences of the Hussite wars for the Czech Republic?

The bloodiest wars in the history of mankind are wars on a religious basis. The Catholic Church is the inspirer and engine of the militant crusaders for the establishment of Catholic dogmas. Unable to burn all the Hussites at the stake of the Inquisition, the Pope called the knights of Germany, Poland, Italy, Hungary, Austria to war against the heretics. Knights – crusaders responded to the call and moved to the Czech Republic. The bloody war lasted from 1419 to 1434.

At the first stage of the confrontation, the Hussites won a victory, but later they split into two opposing camps. The shattered Hussite army was defeated. The followers of Jan Hus were forced to accept the conditions of the Catholic Church.
During the war, the Hussites did not achieve significant results, and a forced compromise in the future will lead to the Thirty Years’ War.
All the hardships of the war were assigned to the Czech people who fed an army of many thousands, suffered ruin and plunder. The settlements were in ruins, the fields were not sown, and the cattle were driven away. Agriculture fell into decay, artisans closed their workshops for lack of raw materials. The entire economy of the Czech Republic was collapsed, the impoverished people blamed the recent heroes – the Hussites for all this.

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