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Topic: nové zámky slovakia

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Eygentlicher Abriss dess Scharmützels bey Neuheusel in Hungern daher Kays. auch zu Hngern vnd Böheim Königl. Majest. General Feld Obrister Herr Conte de Bucquoy blieben ist

Eygentlicher Abriss dess Scharmützels bey Neuheusel in Hungern daher K...

Print depicts the death of Imperial General Charles Bonaventure de Longueval, Count of Bucquoy in battle during the siege of Érsekújvár (Neuhäusel) on 10 July 1621. Visible are soldiers on horseback brandishing... more

Assedio di Nevhevsel fatto da Turchi 1663 preso per accordo il di 22 Settembre G. Bouttats fecit

Assedio di Nevhevsel fatto da Turchi 1663 preso per accordo il di 22 S...

Birds-eye view print shows view of the battlefield around the star shaped fortress of Neuhausel (Nové Zámky, Slovakia) in 1663. Tents identified as belonging to Turkish troops are visible along the lower perime... more

Die Vestung Neüheusel wie solche Anno 1685 von der Christlichen Armada Balägert

Die Vestung Neüheusel wie solche Anno 1685 von der Christlichen Armada...

Print shows a birdseye view of the the star shaped fortress of Neuhäusel (Nové Zámky, Slovakia) under attack in a battle between Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Turkish forces. Includes vies of troops on horseback... more

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