Why was the distribution of areas dominated by Catholics and Protestants in Germany more “variegated” than in France?

Germany by the beginning of the 16th century did not have state unity (imperial power was “supranational”). Therefore, different principalities and cities were very concerned about their independence from their neighbors and were ready to back it up with their religious identity.

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