Was the West (England, France, and Germany) united spiritually and politically in The Medieval Ages?

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  • 1 year ago

    No. Pretty much the exact opposite. That's sort of a defining characteristic of the period, in Europe.

  • 1 year ago

    England, France and Germany were spiritually dead in the Medieval Ages but there were, as there always are, individuals who had been born again.

  • 1 year ago

    No . Try reading a history book or two.

  • No. France was home to the Pope (instead of Rome) during most of the Middle Ages. England and Germany started to rebel against the Church during that time. So no, they weren't united at all.

    They all practiced Christianity though.

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  • 1 year ago

    There was no Germany until the 19th century - in what is now Germany there were dozens of different principalities and Dukedoms each with their own different religious and political agendas.

  • certainly not unfortunately - England is critically erred, France a little less so. Germany is and was strong

  • The Church of Rome

    Although they did have their wars

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