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Headword Date Article Type
Frederick the Great 1712 - 1786 P
Bismarck, Otto von 1815 - 1898 P
Wallenstein becomes General of the Imperial Forces 1625 T Note
Christian of Halberstadt dies 1626 T Note
Ernst von Mansfeld dies 1626 T Note
Wallenstein assumes the title of Admiral of the Baltic 1628 T Note
Wallenstein is created Duke of Mecklenburg 1629 T Note
The Ratisbon assembly forces Ferdinand II to dismiss Wallenstein 1630 T Note
Control of the imperial army moves from Wallenstein to Count Tilly 1630 T Note
Ferdinand II reinstates Wallenstein as Supreme Imperial Commander 1632 T Note
Relations between WaIlenstein and the Emperor Ferdinand II deteriorate 1633 T Note
Wallenstein goes into winter quarters in Bohemia 1633 T Note
The Emperor Ferdinand II suspects Wallenstein of treachery 1633 T Note
Wallenstein requires lieutenants to sign a declaration of loyalty 1634 T Note
The Emperor Ferdinand II declares Wallenstein a traitor 1634 T Note
Death of Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar 1639 T Note
Turenne is killed at Sassbach 1675 T Note
Helmuth von Moltke chief of German general staff 1906 T Note
Erich von Falkenhayn made German Commander-in-chief 1914 T Note
Paul von Hindenburg commands Eastern German armies 1914 T Note

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