Lambert-van-den-Bos-Schauplatz-des-Krieges MG 9478.tif

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Source Lambert van den Bos (1620-1698): Schau-platz des Krieges: aufgerichtet in den Vereinigten Niederlanden durch die Waffen der Könige von Franckreich und Engeland, Cöllnische und Münsterische Bischöffe, u. gegen die Staten der Vereinigten Niederlande, und deren Gealiirten: neben den merckwürdigsten Sachen, so durch die gantze Welt, und fürnehmlich in Europa vorgefallen, seit dem Jahr 1669 bis auf gegenwertige Zeit / eigentlich und warhaftig aus authenticqen Schriften und gewissen Berichten zusammengesteltet, und aus dem Holländischen treufleißig übersetzet [durch Lambert van den Bosch]. zu Amsterdam : bey Jac. von Meurs und Johannes von Someren. Printers: Meurs, Jacob van Amsterdam, 1651-1680 and Someren, Joannes van Amsterdam, 1656-1678Translation of: Tooneel des oorlogs, opgerecht in de Vereenigde Nederlanden door de wapenen van de koningen van Vrankryk en Engeland, Keulsche en Munstersche bisschoppen tegen de Staten der Vereenigde Nederlanden, en hare geallieerden: nevens de aanmerkwaardigste saken door de geheele werelt, en voornamelijk in Europa voorgevallen, zedert het jaar 1669 alwaar de Historie van L. van Aitzma eyndigt, tot den tegenwoordigen tijt. - 1675
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