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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP16 Feb 2021 8:19 p.m. PST

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Puster Sponsoring Member of TMP19 Feb 2021 11:33 a.m. PST

Neuss 1474
Had Neuss fallen fast, Bern would have missed the pretext to declare war upon Charles and he would have joined his forces with the English to attack the French 1475.

A living Charles might also have become the next Emperor at Frederiks death, especially if Maximilian would have been his son in law.

Many sieges simply are the culmination of a process that was pretty obvious anyway this little eleven month affair changed the course of history.

Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP23 Feb 2021 8:22 p.m. PST



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