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Valenciennes, hotbed of Calvinist disturbances, surrenders 1567 Context Note
John Casimir leads a German Protestant army to support the Huguenots 1567 Context Note
Edict of Boulogne 1573 Context Note
The Duke of Anjou fails to reduce the Huguenot stronghold of La Rochelle 1573 Context Note
Damville, Marshal of France, calls for religious toleration 1574 Context Note
Peace negotiations in France founder 1575 Context Note
François Duke of Anjou (formerly Alençon) joins the Huguenots 1575 Context Note
A truce in the French War is signed at Marigny 1575 Context Note
The Prince of Condé and John Casimir of the Palatinate invade France 1576 Context Note
Henry of Navarre escapes from Paris and rejoins the Huguenots 1576 Context Note
The Duke of Guise secures an Estates-General opposed to the Huguenots 1576 Context Note
Henry of Navarre is recognised as head of the Huguenot Party 1577 Context Note
The Peace of Bergerac ends the Sixth War of Religion 1577 Context Note
Peace of Fleix ends the Seventh War of Religion in France 1580 Context Note
Catholic League orders Henry III to purge Huguenot sympathisers 1588 Context Note
Gebhard, Archbishop of Cologne, retires to Strasbourg 1589 Context Note
Gregory XIV excommunicates Henry IV of France 1591 Context Note
French bishops accept Henry IV as King of France 1591 Context Note
Henry IV abjures Protestantism in order to gain power in France 1593 Context Note
Henry IV expels the Jesuits from certain areas of France 1594 Context Note

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