1. FernandoPerla

    Protestant France

    How could the Huguenots have won the French Wars of Religion? How do you picture a Protestant France after victory?
  2. GameBawesome

    WI: Henry II of France doesn't die in a jousting accident

    King Henry II of France was the King of France from 1547 to 1559. He was the son of Francis I of France, and husband to the famous Catherine de' Medici. He continued his father's persecutions of Huguenots in France and conflicted with the Habsburgs. His reign was cut short when he got severely...
  3. GauchoBadger

    No Concordat of Bologna (1516)

    The Concordat of Bologna, signed in 1516, was a cornerstone of French church policy prior to the Revolution. The French monarchy was able to negotiate for autonomy within its own territory on ecclesiastical issues such as tithing and the right of French church officials to appeal to Rome, while...
  4. GauchoBadger

    WI: France divided after the Wars of Religion

    What if the Kingdom of France had torn itself apart during the Wars of Religion, with the territories south and west of the Loire river being assigned to a Huguenot Calvinist "Kingdom of Aquitaine" under the Bourbons while the remaining territories end up in the Catholic League's indefinite...
  5. Charlesfort - Development of a French Huguenot Colony

    Some background for those who might not know much about the topic: In the mid-1500's (about 1562) Jean Ribault along with René Goulaine de Laudonnière established a Huguenot colony on Parris Island, what is now south of Charleston, South Carolina. Ribault sailed back for supplies, however, was...
  6. GauchoBadger

    POLL: Huguenot France?

    So, considering that the 16th century French Huguenots end up with the highest plausible advantage face the Catholic opposition during the French Religious Wars, how much territory do you think they could annex for themselves? Do you think they could elevate one of their nobles to kingship...
  7. Dargonaut

    Plausibility check: Protestant Argentina

    Is it possible for Catalan and/or French Protestants to land in the Rio de la Plata and found Argentina? How would Spain and France react? Huguenot antarctique anyone?
  8. Sevarics

    L'Antarctique: A French Protestant South Africa

    I've finally decided to give my old TL idea a go and write about the Huguenots settling in South Africa in the 1500s. I know, I know, I'm absolutely horrible at continuously pumping out updates for my timelines... but this one has been bugging me for a while and I want to at least attempt it...