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Throughout the XIXth century, Protestants were much involved in public life. This is shown in some of the following topics:
  • Guizot,
  • Protestants and public life,
  • Protestants and the creation of the republican education system,
  • Protestants and the Dreyfus case,
  • The Protestant Press,
  • Anti-protestantism.

The influence of Protestants on the country was real and, in spite of the trauma caused by the loss of the provinces of Alsace and Lorraine, it made it possible for the nation to carry out numerous achievements.


Protestants and public life
 Protestants and public life
Protestants and political power
 Protestants and political power
Protestants and Public Education
 Protestants and Public Education
The Protestants and the Dreyfus Case
 The Protestants and the Dreyfus Case
Anti-Protestantism
 Anti-Protestantism
François Guizot (1787-1874)
 François Guizot (1787-1874)
The Protestant Press
 The Protestant Press
 
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