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The "Massacre of St. Bartholomew" occurred when A)a pope was murdered by the henchman of a French king B)revolting peasants were killed by French nobles C)Huguenots were killed by Catholics D)French prisoners of war were killed by English soldiers

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    The "Massacre of St. Bartholomew" occurred when c) Huguenots were killed by Catholics. This happened in Paris, which was a largely Catholic city in a largely Catholic country, which had big tensions between Catholics and Protestants. The Huguenots, a branch of Protestants, were assassinated and experienced mob violence after a Protestant noble married into the Catholic Medicis noble family. It is thought they were behind the violence.

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    any more

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