All of the following are examples of how the Catholic/Protestant split led to political rivalries and wars in Europe, except:
Fighting broke out between the Catholics and the Huguenots in France many times.
Some rulers chose to break away from the Catholic Church in order to seize land.
The Holy Roman Emperor led Catholic forces against a league of Protestant states.
Catholic Spain forced the Netherlands to convert to Catholicism and remain under Spanish rule.
A. Fighting broke out between the Catholics and the Huguenots in France many times.
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