French Civil War ends with the Peace of St. Menehould

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Historical Context Note


The French Civil War that had broken out with the rebellion of the Prince of Condé and allied Dukes is ended by the Peace of St. Menehould. Its terms require Louis XIII to summon the States-General.
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Editors. "French Civil War ends with the Peace of St. Menehould". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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