Le siège de Montauban en BD Montauban

1621, une cité rebelle face au roi - Le siège de Montauban en BD

Cultural, Exhibition in Montauban

  • Summer 1621, for nearly 70 years, the kingdom of France has been torn apart by the Wars of Religion. After having subdued Béarn, Saumur then Poitou, Louis XIII continued his military campaign against the Protestant towns which
    resist his authority.

  • Montauban, which was then one of the main strongholds of the Protestant party, was on the point of experiencing the longest siege in its history and winning its greatest feat of arms. Endowed with impressive fortifications, full of refugee peasants and reinforcing soldiers, galvanized by the pastors, the city is ready to do battle while the royal army, led by King Louis XIII in person and strong of more than 20 000 men, is deployed in the
    surrounding plain ...
    On the occasion of its 400th...
    Montauban, which was then one of the main strongholds of the Protestant party, was on the point of experiencing the longest siege in its history and winning its greatest feat of arms. Endowed with impressive fortifications, full of refugee peasants and reinforcing soldiers, galvanized by the pastors, the city is ready to do battle while the royal army, led by King Louis XIII in person and strong of more than 20 000 men, is deployed in the
    surrounding plain ...
    On the occasion of its 400th anniversary, discover this key event in the city's history, the consequences of which will be felt throughout the 17th century.

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