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French Protestantism was born in the violent religious passions of the XVIth century. The history of Protestantism was a violent one, ranging from the religious wars to the terrible king’s dragoons and the Camisard Revolt. It was only in the XIXth century that this religion was recognized by the state and the former violence ceased to trouble Protestants.


The eight wars of religion (1562-1598)
 The eight wars of religion (1562-1598)
Huguenot pirates in the 17th century
 Huguenot pirates in the 17th century
The last religious wars
 The last religious wars
The
 The "Dragonnades" (1681-1685)
Repression and persecution of the Reformed Church (1685-1700)
 Repression and persecution of the Reformed Church (1685-1700)
The sentences imposed on Protestants
 The sentences imposed on Protestants
The war of the Camisards (1702-1710)
 The war of the Camisards (1702-1710)
Dechristianisation during the Reign of Terror (1793-1794)
 Dechristianisation during the Reign of Terror (1793-1794)
 
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