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  1. Early years. Johann Tserclaes was born in February 1559 in Castle Tilly, Walloon Brabant, now in Belgium, then the Spanish Netherlands.Johann Tserclaes was born into a devoutly Roman Catholic Brabantine family; and, after having received a Jesuit education in Cologne, he joined the Spanish army at age fifteen and fought under Alessandro Farnese, Duke of Parma and Piacenza in his campaign ...

  2. Johann T’Serclaes von Tilly, auch Johannes T’Serclaes von Tilly bzw. Jean T’Serclaes von Tilly (* Februar 1559 auf Schloss Tilly im Herzogtum Brabant ; † 30. April 1632 in Ingolstadt ) war ein Graf, der während des Dreißigjährigen Kriegs als oberster Heerführer sowohl der Katholischen Liga als auch ab 1630 der kaiserlichen Armee fungierte.

  3. Jan Tserclaes Tilly nebo Johann t'Serclaes von Tilly (únor 1559, Tilly – 30. duben 1632, Ingolstadt) byl původem vlámský generál a polní maršál. Jako vojevůdce Katolické ligy bojoval za třicetileté války proti českým , německým , dánským a švédským protestantům .

  4. The English governors were not closely pressed that year. The garrison under Vere at Mannheim received a visit early in 1622 from the dethroned elector, who had promised them a diversion, and who, in conjunction with Mansfelt, had inflicted a momentary check upon the imperialist army under Johann Tserclaes von Tilly at Wiesloch (April).

  5. However, Ernst von Mansfeld continued to occupy a portion of the Upper Palatinate and had successfully resisted efforts by Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly to dislodge him. Mansfeld crossed into the Rhenish Palatinate in early 1622, and on 21 April 1622, Frederick joined Mansfeld there.

  6. The Sack of Magdeburg, also called Magdeburg's Wedding (German: Magdeburger Hochzeit) or Magdeburg's Sacrifice (Magdeburgs Opfergang), was the destruction of the Protestant city of Magdeburg on 20 May 1631 by the Imperial Army and the forces of the Catholic League, resulting in the deaths of around 20,000, including both defenders and non-combatants.

  7. Engraving of Johann Tserclaes, "Tilly" In addition, he did not have pontoon bridges with which he could construct a bridge over the Elbe. [85] All of the boats that were in the Elbe and in the vicinity had been seized by the Imperial armies – and the river Elbe itself is very wide.