Albrecht von Wallenstein at the Battle of Lutzen by Arthur C. Michael

Albrecht von Wallenstein at the Battle of Lutzen

Arthur C. Michael

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Albrecht von Wallenstein at the Battle of Lutzen

Arthur C. Michael

Albrecht von Wallenstein at the Battle of Lutzen, 1632 (1913). Through their ranks rode Wallenstein, drawn sword in hand. The Battle of Lutzen was an engagement in the Thirty Years War fought between the armies of Sweden, commanded by King Gustavus Adolphus, and the Holy Roman Empire led by the Bohemian general Albrecht von Wallenstein (1583-1634). The Swedes won the battle but Gustavus Adoplhus was killed while leading a cavalry charge. From A History of Germany by HE Marshall.

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