Johan and Cornelis de Witt, Dutch brothers who champion republicanism and have argued that the offices of Captain-General and Stadtholder (now both united in William of Orange) should never be held by the same individual, are assassinated at the Hague.
Murder of the de Witt brothers in the Netherlands (40 words)
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