French Wars of Religion

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Mérindol (1545) - Amboise (1560)

1st-7th wars
1562-63: Edict of Saint-Germain - Vassy - Dreux - Edict of Amboise
1567-68: Saint-Denis
1568-70: JarnacLa Roche-l'Abeille - Moncontour
1572-73: St. Bartholomew - Sommières - Sancerre - La Rochelle (1572) - Dormans
1574–76: Edict of Beaulieu
1576-77: Treaty of Bergerac
1579-80: Treaty of Fleix

War of the Three Henrys
Treaty of Nemours - Day of the Barricades - Ivry - Paris - Craon - Edict of Nantes

Huguenot rebellions
1621-22: SaumurSaint-Jean-d'AngélyLa Rochelle (1621)Montauban (1621)RoyanSaint-FoixNègrepelisseSaint-AntoninMontpellierSaint-Martin-de-Ré (1622) - Treaty of Montpellier
1625: BlavetRé islandTreaty of Paris
1627-29: Saint-Martin-de-Ré (1627)La Rochelle (1627)PrivasAlèsMontauban (1629)Peace of Alès

The French Wars of Religion (1562–98) is the name given to a period of civil infighting and military operations, primarily fought between French Catholics and Protestants (Huguenots). The conflict involved the factional disputes between the aristocratic houses of France, such as the House of Bourbon and House of Guise (Lorraine), and both sides received assistance from foreign sources.[citation needed]

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