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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP04 Jan 2020 9:20 p.m. PST

…. and grand alliance generals, chiefly the Duke of Marlborough, Fieldmarshal d'Ouwerkerck and his serene highness the crown prince of Hessen-Cassel breaking of the enemy lines on the Maas river on July 18, 1705.

"Birds-eye view print shows plan of the battlefied with troop locations between Mechelen and Loeven. Depiction of the battle outside of Hallishem, Belgium between the Gete and Meus (Maas) rivers. Key activities in the print are labeled 1-5. On July 18, 1705, the Duke of Marlborough and allied generals successfully broke through the French forces holding the Lines of Brabant at the small village of Elixham in Belgium. The Lines of Brabant were a strategic arc of defensive fieldworks stretching from Antwerp to Namur in Belgium."


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