Reformation and Religious Conflict

John Hus (1977)
Czech burned at the stake in 1415; had influence on Martin Luther; part of the Hussite Trilogy; only in Czech
Jan Zizka (1956)
General Jan Žižka of Hussite Wars; part of Hussite Trilogy; only in Czech; fought in the Battle of Grunwald (July 15, 1410), where he defended Radzyń against the Teutonic Order, and in the civil wars of Bohemia.
Against All (1957)
Hussite Wars; part of Hussite Trilogy; only in Czech
Luther (2003)
Of the Reformation
Luther (1974)
Of the Reformation, 1520
Der Reformator (1968)
German film about Martin Luther
Martin Luther (1953)
Of the Reformation
The Radicals (1990)
The story of the radical Anabaptists
Lady Inger of Ostrat (1975)
Sweden's House of Vasa (1521-1654)
1528, Norwegian noble woman seeking independence for the nation in the time of the Kalmar Union (1396-1537) involving Sweden, Denmark and Norway. Modern Sweden begins 1523
Karin Mansdotter (1954)
Sweden's House of Vasa (1521-1654)
1550–1612, started as mistress and ended as Swedish Queen to Eric XIV (reign 1560-1568)
Queen Christina (1933)
Sweden's House of Vasa (1521-1654)
1632-1654 reign of Queen Christina of Sweden; Greta Garbo
The Abdication (1974)
Sweden's House of Vasa (1521-1654)
Queen Christina of Sweden abdicates; what happened to Queen Christina when she converted to Catholicism
Korkein oikeus (1998)
Sweden's House of Vasa (1521-1654)
The "Cudget War" was a peasant rebellion in the late 16th century Finland
Snapphanar (2006)
Sweden's House of Palatinate (1654-1720)
Scanian War, 1676-1679, between Sweden and Denmark when Sweden's king was Charles XI
Karl XII (1925)
Sweden's House of Palatinate (1654-1720)
Charles XII of Sweden (reigned 1697-1718); Great Northern War (1700-1721)
Epitaph für einen König (1969)
Sweden's House of Palatinate (1654-1720)
Epitaph for a King; King Karl XII of Sweden (1697-1718)
A Royal Affair (2012)
House of Holstein-Gottorp (1751-1818)
Danish King Christian VII (ruled 1766-1808) suffers from mental illness and is pushed around by radical thinker Johann Friedrich Struensee, his personal physician, who made progressive reforms which did not last long
Kustaa III (1964)
House of Holstein-Gottorp (1751-1818)
Finnish film, Strindberg play adaptation; Gustav III, King of Sweden (1771-1792) when Finland was part of Sweden
Gustav III (1974)
House of Holstein-Gottorp (1751-1818)
Assassination of Sweden’s King Gustav III (ruled 1771-1792)
Lockfågeln (1971)
House of Holstein-Gottorp (1751-1818)
On his death-bed, a father asks his son to kill King Gustav III
The Marriage of Gustav III (2001)
House of Holstein-Gottorp (1751-1818)
Gustav III of Sweden, nine years into his marriage
Desiree (1954)
House of Bernadotte (1905-present)
A French seamstress loves Napoleon, but his marriage to aristocrat Josephine spoils her dream; she becomes wife of Bernadotte, future King Charles XIV John (1818-1844)
The Emigrants (1971)
House of Bernadotte (1905-present)
Swedish immigrants to Minnesota, USA
The Kautokeino Rebellion (2008)
House of Bernadotte (1905-present)
Sami revolt in Guovdageaidnu, Norway 1852
Behöriga äga ej tillträde (1988)
House of Bernadotte (1905-present)
1890s Sweden when the country became modernized
General von Döbeln (1942)
House of Bernadotte (1905-present)
Swedish general who fought in the Russian War, Finnish War and Second War Against Napoleon