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 Übersetzung für 'Geuzen' von Englisch nach Deutsch
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Geuzen [Beggars]
Geusen {pl}
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Übersetzung für 'Geuzen' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Geuzen [Beggars]
Geusen {pl}hist.
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In 1566, the Geuzen Revolt broke out, affecting Estaires.
  • Thus the municipality was devastated by the geuzen, a confederacy of nobles and malcontents, in 1580.
  • Laurens Reael was the son of Laurens Jacobsz Reael, a merchant in Amsterdam named after the sign or gable stone of his house/shop "In den gouden Reael" ("In the Golden Real") and an amateur poet known for writing "Geuzenliederen" (songs of the geuzen).
  • The churches of Wolphaartsdijk and Oud-Sabbinge were destroyed by the Geuzen and Spanish forces in the 16th century.
  • Important skirmishes between Spanish troops and the Geuzen took place in Wormer during the Eighty Years' War.

  • The party's youth movement was called the Jonge Geuzen (Young Beggars). Its bi-weekly periodical was "the State and Church".
  • Willy Vandersteen drew two comic book albums about Uilenspiegel, "De Opstand der Geuzen" ("The Rebellion of the Geuzen") and "Fort Oranje" ("Fort Orange"), both drawn in a realistic, serious style and pre-published in the Belgian comics magazine "Tintin" between 1952 and 1954.
  • In Dutch, "geus" (plural "geuzen") is a familiar term for the people who revolted in the 16th century against the Spanish king Philip II.
  • On June 24, 1572, after the Geuzen captured the town, five Franciscans from Alkmaar were taken to Enkhuizen and hanged (martyrs of Alkmaar).
  • Wigbolt joined the army of the Prince of Orange, the geuzen, and became "hopman" .

  • A predecessor of the novel was named "Hasko wird Geusenkapitän" (= Hasko becomes Geuzen captain) and was already published in 1925.
  • Lancelot van Brederode (died 20 July 1573, Schoten) was a Dutch general in the Dutch Revolt. He was vice admiral of the 'geuzen' or 'Sea Beggars' and a captain in the army of Louis of Nassau.
  • On 12 August 1588 the castle surrendered to Diederik Sonoy and the Geuzen.
  • During the Reformation there had also been a vigorous tradition of Protestant medals, more polemical than devotional, which continued with the Geuzen medals produced in the Dutch Revolt.
  • A Spanish fleet and a fleet belonging to the city of Amsterdam (at the time still loyal to Spain), commanded by the Count of Bossu, fought a fleet of rebellious Dutch Geuzen, commanded by Marinus Brandt, who were trying to break the siege of Haarlem.

  • Diederik Sonoy or Snoey (Kalkar (Duchy of Cleves), 1529 - Pieterburen, 2 June 1597) was a leader of the Geuzen during the Eighty Years' War.
  • Willy Vandersteen drew two comic book albums about Uilenspiegel, "De Opstand der Geuzen" ("The Rebellion of the Geuzen") and "Fort Oranje" ("Fort Orange"), both drawn in a realistic, serious style and pre-published in the Belgian comics magazine "Tintin" between 1952 and 1954.
  • His father was a supporter and councilor to Margaret of Parma; he is reported to have referred to the Dutch citizens requesting the Compromise of Nobles as "geuzen" (beggars), an appellation the Dutch proudly adopted.
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