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In 1830 the Netherlands was a minor power, not a great power. The Netherlands had been a rival of England in the mid 17th century but in the early 19th century it as no rival of the United Kingdom. England, Great Britain, and the UK did not like major poers controlling the nearest contintential ports in hat is no Belgium. The 19th century Netherlands was ...


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Joan of Arc entered during the Siege of Orleans, in which the French already had the advantage by defending a well fortified position. Her assault on Paris failed and the city was only taken by diplomatic means. Besides this, there were two major battles in the final stage of the war: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Formigny https://en.m....


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In Medieval times European kings, nobles, and rulers were usually known by one or more nicknames whenever someone wanted to tell them apart from others of the save name and same realm or from contemporaries in other realms. The pope started using numbers in the Middle Ages but not soon enough to avoid a number of problems with their numbering. The Holy ...


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While, I have not been able to verify the claim that Tassilon the first was the father of Charibert or any other claim as to Charibert's ancestry, I have found many different claims as to who he descended from, most of which are not coming from reliable sources. Neither of the sources you reference are very reliable either, one is a family tree of an ...



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