of Speyer, 1526 was a successful one for the Lutheran
s. Charles V
was preoccupied with Turks
pushing into Hungary
and yet again threatening the boundaries of his Empire
The Diet was divided between Catholics and Protestants on most issues but the Charles V and the Catholics were forced to give in as Charles needed troops to fight the Turks. This lead to a deal being made where the Lutheran Princes offered troops to Charles in exchange for tolerance or their faith.