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Images Dated 3rd February 2007

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Martin Luther, Protestant church reformer, (1903) Featured 3 Feb 2007 Print

Martin Luther, Protestant church reformer, (1903)

Martin Luther, Protestant church reformer, (1903). After a picture in the Tower Church at Weimar. Luther (1483-1546) was a major inspiration behind the Reformation. He was excommunicated by Pope Leo IX in 1521 and declared an outlaw at the Diet of Worms. Under the protection of the Elector of Saxony, Luther produced a German translation of the Bible, and he went on to found the Lutheran Protestant Church. After a portrait by Cranach (1520) from the title page of a sermon against the authority of the Church published in 1522. A print from The World's History, A Survey of Man's Record, by Dr HF Helmolt, Volume II, William Heinemann, London, 1903

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Arrival of William of Orange in England, 5 November 1688, (1903) Featured 3 Feb 2007 Print

Arrival of William of Orange in England, 5 November 1688, (1903)

Arrival of William of Orange in England, 15-16 November 1688, (1903). A protestant, William of Orange (1650-1702) was invited by a conspiracy of English notables to depose the Catholic James II and assume the throne in his stead. The invasion, which was virtually bloodless, was successful and became known as the Glorious Revolution'. James fled to France and the Prince of Orange was crowned William III of Great Britain and Ireland on 11 April 1689. He co-ruled with his wife Mary II from 1689, continuing as sole ruler after her death in 1694. A print from The World's History, A Survey of Man's Record, by Dr HF Helmolt, Volume II, William Heinemann, London, 1903

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Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly, Flemish soldier of the Thirty Years War, (1903) Featured 3 Feb 2007 Print

Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly, Flemish soldier of the Thirty Years War, (1903)

Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly, Flemish soldier of the Thirty Years War, (1903). Tilly (1559-1632) was appointed by Maximilian I of Bavaria to reorganise the Bavarian army in 1610. He commanded the Catholic army at the beginning of the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) and succeeded Wallenstein as Commander-in-Chief of Imperial Forces in 1630. He was mortally wounded in a battle against the Swedes at the crossing of the river Lech in Germany in 1632. A print from The World's History, A Survey of Man's Record, by Dr HF Helmolt, Volume II, William Heinemann, London, 1903

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