1521 Italy-Rome: A Papal bull by Leo X excommunicated Luther, and forbade printing, selling, reading or quoting, his "Works" .
1521 Germany: Charles V, on his own authority, issues an edict against Luther.
1519 Defending his theses in debate, Luther was forced to declare his differences with the Church.
1521 France: The theological faculties of the University of Paris ordered the "Theses" burned.
1521 Italy-Rome: The Papal bull by Leo X against Luther's "Works" created a passionate interest in them. In three months 4,000 copies of "Address to the German Nobility", were sold; in five days 5,000 copies of the vernacular edition of the New Testament were sold. He also ordered a formal burning of Luther's effigy and books.
Source: Banned Books 387 B.C. to 1978 A.D., by Anne Lyon Haight, and Chandler B. Grannis, R.R. Bowker Co, 1978.