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The war of the three henry's- war of religion



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The war of the three henry's- war of religion - First, the balance of success was somewhat in favor of the Holy League, the Catholic faction led by Guises; however, Henry of Navarre, with English financial support, won the Battle of Coutras (1587), in which the duc de Joyeuse, one of Henry III's favorites, was defeated and killed. Duc de Guise, on the other hand, was too strong for the Protestant Germans who had marched into France to join the Huguenots, and he defeated them at Vimory and Auneau, after which he marched triumphantly to Paris.
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