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by Mack P. Holt

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0521322324
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Mack P. Holt
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Cambridge University Press (July 25, 1986)
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Series: Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History. From the beginning of the French Wars of Religion a small minority of toleration-minded Protestants and Catholics sought out a via media to end the civil wars which were destroying France.

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Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History). Later called politiques by their more zealous Catholic opponents, this group turned to Franois de Valois, duke of Alenon and Anjou in the 1570s, to champion their cause. Youngest son of From the beginning of the French Wars of Religion a small minority of toleration-minded Protestants and Catholics sought out a via media to end the civil wars which were destroying France.

by Cambridge University Press (CUP). Prologue: civil war and the early years of François de Valois, 1555–72. The Estates-General and the renewal of civil war, May 1576–September 1577. Published: 3 July 1986. in The Duke of Anjou and the Politique Struggle during the Wars of Religion. The Duke of Anjou and the Politique Struggle during the Wars of Religion; doi:10.

This book examines the Duke of Anjou's ambivalent relationship with the politique struggle. Later called politiques by their more zealous Catholic opponents

This book examines the Duke of Anjou's ambivalent relationship with the politique struggle. Later called politiques by their more zealous Catholic opponents, Specifications. Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History. Cambridge University Press. ENG. Number of Pages. Richelieu and the French Monarchy. by: Wedgwood, C. V. 1910-1997. Subjects: Anjou, François, duc d', 1554-1584. France History Wars of the Huguenots, 1562-1598. Richelieu : a study, by: Belloc, Hilaire, 1870-1953, Published: (1929). by: Lodge, Richard, Sir, 1855-1936. Richelieu and reason of state, by: Church, William Farr, 1912- Published: (1973). Francis the First, by: Hackett, Francis, 1883-1962.

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From the beginning of the French Wars of Religion a small minority of toleration-minded Protestants and Catholics sought out a via media to end the civil wars which were destroying France. Later called politiques by their more zealous Catholic opponents, this group turned to François de Valois, duke of Alençon and Anjou in the 1570s, to champion their cause. Youngest son of Henry II and Catherine de Medici and heir to the throne himself after 1574, Anjou was also sought out by William of Orange and a similar group of politiques in the rebel provinces of the Netherlands, where the Dutch Revolt had virtually become a civil war. Anjou never became the saviour that either group had looked for, however. This book analyses why he nevertheless became the focus of such attention, and tries to explain why he never joined the politique struggle of the later sixteenth century.