What Were the Causes and Consequences of the Spanish Revolt that Occurred After Charles V Left to be Crowned Holy Roman Emperor

Charles V(1500-1558), was Holy Roman Emperor from 1519-1556; and King of Spain from 1516-1556. His reign resulted in the closest Europe would come to be under a universal ruler. Charles, though his territory was so vast, he still had struggles throughout his reign. One of his earlier struggles occurred when he left Spain to be crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1519, which caused a revolt. What were the causes and consequences of this revolt in Spain?

The causes of this revolt were mainly due to the fact that Charles did not speak Spanish, and that he actually wasn’t born in Spain. The revolt ended with Charles defeating the already weakened rebels. Thus these were the causes and consequences of the Spanish revolt.

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