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Religion is an important factor in the make-up of a country’s national and cultural identity. The Reformation was a major European event which largely contributed to the building-up of individual Nation-States. It was at the origin of a new kind of European “religious geography”: Protestantism became largely dominant in the North, Catholicism in the South and orthodoxy in the East.


Protestantism in Germany
 Protestantism in Germany
The Thirty Year War (1618-1648)
 The Thirty Year War (1618-1648)
Protestantism in Belgium
 Protestantism in Belgium
Protestantism in Italy and Spain
 Protestantism in Italy and Spain
Protestantism in the Low Countries
 Protestantism in the Low Countries
Protestantism in the Scandinavian countries
 Protestantism in the Scandinavian countries
Protestantism in Switzerland
 Protestantism in Switzerland
Protestantism in Hungary
 Protestantism in Hungary
Protestantism in Scotland
 Protestantism in Scotland
Protestantism in England
 Protestantism in England
Protestantism in the Republic of Czechoslovakia
 Protestantism in the Republic of Czechoslovakia
A History of the Waldensians
 A History of the Waldensians
 
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