jul 30, 1572 - St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre
St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre was the slaughter of many French Huguenots in Paris by Roman Catholic nobles/citizens, who were called to do so by Catherine de Médicis and is one of the many conflicts that made up the French religious wars of the late 16th century. With this ambitious plan of attack, initiated by Catherine de Médicis, a new wave of rebellion and backlash towards the Valois dynasty would ensue, creating new group/leagues that woudll bring upon new identities and governments, connecting the event back to the AP theme (SP).
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