Arms and Armours. In The Medieval Teutonic Order`s State In by Andrzej Nowakowski

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;Arms and Armours. within the Medieval Teutonic Order`s country In Prussia КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: fingers and Armours within the Medieval Teutonic Order`s nation In Prussia Автор: Andrzej Nowakowski Издательство: Oficyna Naukowa Год: 1994 Страниц: 162 Язык: english Формат: pdf Размер: 8,94(+3%)Мб "Книга посвящена вооружению и доспехам Тевтонского ордена.Довольно подробно описываются отдельные элементы доспехов и вооружение. Также книга содержит sixty eight ч/б рисунков." eighty five

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;Arms and Armours. within the Medieval Teutonic Order`s nation In Prussia КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: fingers and Armours within the Medieval Teutonic Order`s nation In Prussia Автор: Andrzej Nowakowski Издательство: Oficyna Naukowa Год: 1994 Страниц: 162 Язык: english Формат: pdf Размер: 8,94(+3%)Мб "Книга посвящена вооружению и доспехам Тевтонского ордена.

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This stout resistance, coupled with Catherine de Medici's desire to end the war so that she could concentrate on Anjou's election to the vacant Polish throne, finally forced the crown to capitulate. 79 After much negotiation, peace was finally concluded in July 1573. The principal terms of the peace allowed the inhabitants of La Rochelle, Nimes, and Montauban to exercise their religion, while the memory of 24 August 1572 was to be extinguished. 80 Moreover, the price of war was heavy for both sides.

On 16 February 1574, Henry, duke of Guise attacked one of Alen^on's gentlemen, the sieur de Ventabren, in the Louvre. He claimed that Ventabren had been hired by Montmorency to assassinate him. 93 Though Ventabren, Alenqon and Montmorency appear to be innocent of Guise's charges, the incident was so disturbing that the marshal de Montmorency was induced to leave court. The king never executed his promise to give Alen^on the lieutenant-generalcy, and instead offered it to Charles, duke of Lorraine, a cousin of the duke of Guise.

9-10, Smith to Elizabeth, 8 January 1572. Also see Shimizu, Conflict of Loyalties, pp. 151-2. CSPF, vol. x, pp. 14 and 36, both Smith to Burghley, 10 January and 8 February 1572. Conyers Read, Lord Burghley and Queen Elizabeth (London, i960), p. 65. , pp. 68-71. See also Read, Mr Secretary Walsingham, vol. 1, pp. 176-7. La Mothe-Fenelon, Correspondance diplomatique, vol. IV, pp. 369-71, La Mothe-Fenelon to Catherine de Medici, 10 February 1572. 20 Read, Mr Secretary Walsingham, vol. 1, pp. 176-97.

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