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Alsace was only attached to France in 1648, when king Louis XIVth installed a restrictive anti-lutheran policy. The Montbéliard region, however, was relatively independant and became a country of refuge for French protestants. The anabaptists, who had been forced to flee from Switzerland, were able to settle in Alsace.


Alsace in the XVIIth century
 Alsace in the XVIIth century
The birth of the Amish community in Alsace
 The birth of the Amish community in Alsace
The Montbéliard district during the 17th century
 The Montbéliard district during the 17th century
     
 
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