Charles V, who had his own reasons for temporizing with the Protestants, had urged it year after year.
An edict of Charles V made it uniform, in 1544, for the whole of the Netherlands.
The services of Charles V in stemming the tide of the Lutheran revolt were indispensable and his demands could not be refused.
This sanctified the ambition of Charles V with the halo of religion.
Archibald Armstrong, privileged jester or fool of Charles V, died.
Charles V, on this occasion, took command of the Austrian army.
As early as King Charles V's reign the inn was much frequented.
His chief work, printed in 1548 and translated into five languages, was on the war of Charles V in Germany.
It was in this chateau that was born Charles V, to whom indeed it owes its completion in the form best known.
Minerbe fulfilled his mission, but the time had passed when Ferdinand and Charles V had treated papal letters thus irreverently.