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Who led the crusaders during the Battle of Tachov?
Henry Beaufort of England
Prokop the Great
John I of Münsterberg
Sigismund of Luxembourg
The Battle of Tachov was fought on 4 August 1427 near the Bohemian towns of Tachov. The Hussites won over the armies led by the Cardinal Henry Beaufort of England. It was part of the Hussite Wars, and it was the first battle in which war wagons were used by the crusaders.
I am a historic city in the U.S. state of Delaware, where lore holds it that the famous "stars and stripes" were flown at the Battle of Cooch's Bridge.
The Battle of Cooch's Bridge was the only American Revolution battle held in Delaware. It is also the first ever battle where the U.S. stars and stripes has been flown. Unfortunately for the Americans, this was a defeat. This led to the fall of Philadelphia, which was then the nation's capital.
What was the decisive battle of the First English Civil War?
Battle of Newbury
Battle of Naseby
Battle of Preston
Battle of Valverde
The Battle of Naseby was a decisive engagement of the First English Civil War, fought on 14 June 1645 between the main Royalist army of King Charles I and the Parliamentarian New Model Army, commanded by Sir Thomas Fairfax and Oliver Cromwell. Parliament’s New Model Army scored a convincing victory and within a year the king, Charles I, was a prisoner of his enemies.
Where did the battle for an oak bucket take place?
The War of the Oaken Bucket was fought in 1325, between the rival city-states of Bologna and Modena. It took place in the region of Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy. It was provoked when Modenese soldiers stole the bucket from a city well, but was really an episode in the over 300-year-long struggle between Guelphs and Ghibellines. Modena won the Battle of Zappolino, and the bucket remains in Modena to this day.
What were the Frenchmen doing just before the start of the Battle of Agincourt on 25 October 1415?
provoking Englishmen with their naked bottoms
shouting curse words towards the Englishmen
Frenchmen started to eat breakfast at the eyes of the tired and hungry enemy. King's Henry V army stood quietly, waiting for the Frenchmen to attack.
The Battle of Leyte Gulf was the largest naval battle of World War II. What country does it belong to?
the Solomon Islands
The battle was fought from 23–26 October 1944 between combined American and Australian forces and the Imperial Japanese Navy. It ended with decisive Allied victory and left Japanese naval capabilities crippled. It was also the first battle in which Japanese aircraft carried out organized kamikaze attacks.
Who died in the Battle of Crécy fought on 26 August 1346?
Philip VI of France
John of Bohemia
Charles I of Monaco
At the outbreak of the Hundred Years' War in 1337 he allied with King Philip VI of France and was even governor of Languedoc. At the Battle of Crécy in 1346 John controlled Phillip's advanced guard along with controlling the large contingents of Charles II of Alençon and Louis I, Count of Flanders. John was killed at age 50 while fighting against the English during the battle.
Who won in the Battle of the Little Bighorn?
it was unsettled
The Battle of the Little Bighorn was an armed engagement between the combined forces of the Northern Native American tribes and the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army. The battle, which resulted in the defeat of US forces, was the most significant action of the Great Sioux War of 1876.
What was requisitioned by the French Army to transport troops from Paris to the First Battle of the Marne in early September 1914?
The battle of the Marne was a major turning point of World War I. By the end of August 1914, the whole Allied army on the Western Front had been forced into a general retreat back towards Paris. The name Taxi de la Marne was not used until the outbreak of World War I, when the fleet of Paris taxis was requisitioned by the French Army to transport troops from Paris to the First Battle of the Marne in early September 1914.
Which city is called "South Westerplatte" because of its heroic defence during the opening stages of the Invasion of Poland in 1939?
The Battle of Węgierska Górka was a two-day-long defence of a Polish fortified area in south of Silesia. Although the Polish position was not completed and only five bunkers were manned, the line was defended for two days and nights against superior German forces. Eventually, the Germans managed to break through the Polish positions, but with heavy casualties on their side and with a significant delay.