The Huguenots of the East return home


The flows of Polish migrants to England and Ireland have been so strong and concentrated in time as to recall to memory the exodus of French Calvinists persecuted by Richelieu toward the end of 1600. An equally rapid change has now reversed those flows.

The flows of Polish migrants to England and Ireland have been so strong and concentrated in time as to recall to memory the exodus of French Calvinists persecuted by Richelieu toward the end of 1600. An equally rapid change has now reversed those flows.

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