The result of what is known as the German Peasants' War was a crushing of the revolt. Tens of thousands of peasants were killed.
The peasants did not succeed, but the revolt set the stage for future uprisings like the Protestant reformation and the French Revolution.
In 1381 the peasants revolted
Walter "Wat" Tyler (4 January 1341 - 15 June 1381) was the leader of the English Peasants' Revolt of 1381
Wat Tyler was killed.
because he knew he was good enough and he could help the peasants to victory
the peasants revolt started on July 12th 1381.
The peasants revolt, Started on the 13th of the month July, Year 1381.
The Revolt of the Peasants - 1912 was released on: USA: 22 November 1912
One of the main causes was relentlessly falling living standard. Between 1500 and 1520 living standards fell by an annual1.2%. The peasants were also inspired by Martin Luther's revolt against the Catholic church and decided to revolt against their feudal lords.
Peasants rose up against their lords in parts of the central ans southern German states. They demanded the return of rights that the lords had usurped.
Martin Luther did not support the Peasant's Revolt of 1524. He never took part in the revolt and he encouranged peasants to obey their lords and nobles. The reason nobles and landlords frowned upon Martin Luther was the fact that he started the Reformation Era, one of the causes sparking the boldness in peasants to start Peasant's Revolt.
The Peasant's Revolt began in 1381.