Battle of Moncontour
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|Battle of Moncontour|
Battle of Moncontour, 1569.
|Catholics||French Huguenot forces|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Henry Duke of Anjou
| Gaspard de Coligny;
Count Vollrad of Mansfeld;
Count Louis of Nassau
|Casualties and losses|
Coligny broke off the Siege of Poitou, and joined with German allies, moved south, after the French were reinforced with mercenaries.
Coligny regrouped, marched east into the Rhone and marched on Paris.
- The Cambridge Modern History. CUP Archive.
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