Huguenots

Huguenots, a name formerly given to the Protestants of France, presumed to be a corruption of the German word eingenossen, i.e. sworn confederates, the history of whom and their struggles and persecutions fills a large chapter in the history of France, a cause which was espoused at the first by many of the nobles and the best families in the country, but all along in disfavour at Court.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Hugo, Victor-Marie * Hull
Hué
Huelva
Huerta, Garcia de la
Huesca
Huet, Pierre Daniel
Hug, Leonhard
Hugh Capet
Hughenden
Hughes, Thomas
Hugo, Victor-Marie
Huguenots
Hull
Hullah, John
Hulsean Lectures
Humanist
Humanitarians
Humbert I.
Humboldt, Friedrich Heinrich Alex., Baron von
Humboldt, Karl Wilhelm von
Hume, David
Hume, Joseph

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