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The burning of John Huss
The burning of John Huss, 6 July 1415 (1913). Hus (1369-1415), a Bohemian religious reformer and theologian, was condemned to death by the Council of Constance for preaching the teachings of the English reformist clergyman John Wycliffe. He was burned to death as a heretic. From A History of Germany by HE Marshall.
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