Based on the map, which had occurred by 1560? anglicanism had spread from england across western europe into small pockets in eastern europe. germany had become mostly lutheran as a result of the strong protestant influence. france had become mostly calvinist as a result of calvinism spreading across central europe. lutheranism was the dominant religion in austria and was practiced by most of the people who lived there.
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The correct answer is the second one: Germany had become mostly Lutheran as a result of the strong Protestant influence.
Protestantism started in Germany with the Lutheran reform at the beginning of the 16th century and it quickly spread throughout the North of Europe and pushed other reformists in Europe, like John Calvin and Henry VIII, to continue the Protestant reform. Many German princes and lords adopted Lutheranism in the following decades and by 1560 Germany was mostly Lutheran.
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the answer is definitley b!