Control of the imperial army moves from Wallenstein to Count Tilly

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Historical Context Note

Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II dismisses Wallenstein at the urging of the German princes and electors, and Count Tilly takes command of his army.
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Editors. "Control of the imperial army moves from Wallenstein to Count Tilly". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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  1. Thirty Years War