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Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (Dutch: ( born 15 July 1606 Leiden, Dutch Republic (now Netherlands) – died 4 October 1669 (aged 63) Amsterdam, Dutch Republic was a Dutch painter and etcher. He is generally considered one of the greatest painters and printmakers in European art and the most important in Dutch history. Movement:Dutch Golden Age Baroque

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The Franco-Dutch War (1672–78was a war fought by France, Sweden, the Prince-Bishopric of Münster, the Archbishopric of Cologne and England against the Dutch Republic, which was later joined by the Austrian Habsburg lands, Brandenburg and Spain to form a quadruple alliance. The war ended with the Treaty of Nijmegen of 1678, which granted France control of the Franche-Comté and some cities in Flanders and Hainaut, all formerly controlled by Spain.

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The Dutch Republic in the Seventeenth Century (Paperback)

Nautilus shell, possibly engraved by Jean Bellequin (Johannes Belkien). Possibly Amsterdam, the Dutch Republic, about 1620 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Date 11 July 1708 Location near Oudenaarde, present-day Belgium Grand Alliance victory[1] Great Britain Dutch Republic Austria Prussia France Commanders and leaders Kingdom of Great Britain Duke of Marlborough Habsburg Monarchy Prince Eugene of Savoy Dutch Republic Henry de Nassau, Lord Overkirk Kingdom of France Louis, duc de Bourgogne Kingdom of France Duc de Vendôme Strength 105,000 100,000 Casualties and losses 3,000 dead and wounded 7,000 dead and wounded, 8,000 prisoners

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Extremely rare 3 volume set 1st edition rise of the dutch republic motley 1856

EXTREMELY RARE 3 VOLUME SET EDITION RISE OF THE DUTCH REPUBLIC MOTLEY 1856 | Books, Antiquarian & Collectible | eBay!

Date 23 May 1706[1] Ramillies, Belgium Grand Alliance victory[2] Belligerents Allies: England Dutch Republic Scotland France Bavaria Electorate of Bavaria Spain Bourbon Spain Commanders and leaders Kingdom of England Duke of Marlborough Dutch Republic Count Overkirk Kingdom of France Duc de Villeroi Bavaria Spain Maximilian II Emanuel Strength 62,000 men[3] 90 guns 20 mortars 60,000 men 62 guns Casualties and losses 1,066 dead, 2,597 wounded 13,000 dead, wounded and 6000 captured

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