Gustavus II enters Munich and occupies land south of the Danube

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Historical Context Note


Gustavus II of Sweden, continuing his aggressive campaign on behalf of the Protestant cause in the Thirty Years War, enters Munich and occupies territory south of the River Danube.
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Editors. "Gustavus II enters Munich and occupies land south of the Danube". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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