La guerre des camisards - Jean-Louis Guin

La guerre des camisards - Jean-Louis Guin

La guerre des camisards - Jean-Louis Guin

The camisards defeated the royal troops on a few occasions. Their best known leaders were Rolland and Jean Cavalier. In May 1704, having been defeated, Jean Cavalier accepted to negotiate with filed-marshal de Villars. He surrendered and was allowed to leave France. Among the other camisard leaders, some were killed, others surrendered. Until 1710 there were attempts to renew the uprising but ...

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MAZEL Abraham, MARION Élie et BONBONNOUX Jacques, Mémoires sur la Guerre des Camisards, Presses du Languedoc, Montpellier, 2001; Associated notes. Antoine Court (1695-1760) The secret meetings; The Camisards; The origins of the Camisards war; The progress of the war 1702-1704; The event that triggered off the war; Jean Cavalier (1681-1740) Associated tours. The Cévennes war; …

Camisards were Huguenots (French Protestants) of the rugged and isolated Cévennes region and the Vaunage in southern France. In the early 1700s, they raised an insurrection against the persecutions which followed Louis XIV's Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, making Protestantism illegal. The Camisards operated throughout the mainly Protestant Cévennes region including the Vaunage and …

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André Ducasse, La Guerre des Camisards. Arnaud Chaffanjon, La Marquise de Sévigné. Charles Bettelheim, L'Inde indépendante. Claire Lucque, Le Poids du monde. Francis Ley, De Krüdener et son temps. François d'Harcourt, Asie, réveil d'un monde. Gabriel Delaunay, Les Feuillets du temps volé. Georges Cerbelaud-Salagnac, Les Français au Canada.

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