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Key documents represent four periods of church-state relations in France:

 Separation of Church and state (1795-1905)

 Napoleon's concordat (1801)

 Marshal Pétain’s laws (1940-1943) 

 Under-the-radar concordats (today)

(Not covered here are the evolving relations, as of 2019, between mosque and state. These concern not just the French state, but also foreign ones, Algeria, Morocco, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia, all vying to speak for the Muslims of France.)

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