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The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes was an event of major importance in European history, causing a disruption in France as many French Huguenots emigrated towards the protestant countries of Europe. This had many repercussions, both socially and culturally on all the countries involved


Countries of Refuge in the XVIIIth century
 Countries of Refuge in the XVIIIth century
Countries of Refuge: Germany in the XVIIIth century
 Countries of Refuge: Germany in the XVIIIth century
Countries of Refuge: Holland in the XVIIIth century
 Countries of Refuge: Holland in the XVIIIth century
Countries of Refuge: Switzerland
 Countries of Refuge: Switzerland
The Huguenots in South Africa
 The Huguenots in South Africa
Jacques Basnage (1653-1723)
 Jacques Basnage (1653-1723)
Pierre Bayle (1647-1706)
 Pierre Bayle (1647-1706)
Pierre Jurieu (1637-1713)
 Pierre Jurieu (1637-1713)
Jacques Saurin (1677-1730)
 Jacques Saurin (1677-1730)
 
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