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  1. John the Fearless - Wikipedia

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    John was born in Dijon on 28 May 1371 to Philip II "the Bold," Duke of Burgundy, and Margaret III, Countess of Flanders.On the death of his maternal grandfather Louis II, Count of Flanders, in 1384, he received the title Count of Nevers, which he bore until his father's death in 1404, when he ceded it to his brother Philip.

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      John was invested as Duke of Burgundy in 1404 upon the death...

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      John and his wife Margaret, who married in 1385, had

  2. John the Fearless (film) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John the Fearless (Dutch: Jan zonder vrees) is a 1984 Belgian animated film. It is notable for being the first feature-length animated film produced in Flanders in its entirety. It is based on a novel by Constant de Kinder and features voice work by Belgian character actor Jan Decleir.

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  4. John the Fearless | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Early life

    Born in Dijon, John was the son of Philip the Bold and Margaret III, Countess of Flanders. As heir apparent, he used the title of Count of Nevers from 1384 to 1405, however, after his accession he ceded it to his brother Philip. In 1385, at the Burgundian double wedding in Cambrai, he married Margaret of Bavaria, daughter of Albrecht of Bavaria, Count of Holland and Hainaut at the same time his sister, Margaret of Burgundy, Duchess of Bavaria married their son William II, Duke of Bavaria, to...

    Conflict against Louis of Orléans

    John was invested as Duke of Burgundy in 1404 and almost immediately entered into open conflict against Louis of Orléans, younger brother of the increasingly mad Charles VI. Both men attempted to fill the power vacuum left by the demented king. John played a game of marriages, exchanging his daughter Marguerite for Michelle of Valois, who would marry his heir, Philip the Good. He did not overlook, however, the importance of the middle class of merchants and tradesman or the University of Pari...

    Conflict with the Dauphin

    Two years later, with the rivalry between Burgundians and Armagnacs at an all-time high because of the shattering defeat at Agincourt, John's troops set about the task of gaining Paris. On 30 May 1418, he captured the city, but not before the Dauphin (the traditional name of the heir apparent to the throne of France), the future Charles VII of France, had escaped. John then installed himself in the city and made himself protector of the King. Although not an open ally of the English, John did...

    John and Margaret of Bavariahad the following children: 1. Catherine (1391–1414, Ghent) 2. Marie of Burgundy (1393 – 30 October 1463, Monterberg bei Kalkar). She married Adolph I, Duke of Cleves 3. Margaret of Burgundy (1394 – 2 February 1441, Paris), married on 30 August 1404 Louis of Valois the Dauphin (heir of king Charles VI of France), then on 10 October 1422 Arthur de Richemont, the future Duke of Brittany 4. Philip the Good(1396–1467) 5. Isabelle (d. 18 September 1412, Rouvresdisambiguation needed), married at Arras on 22 July 1406 to Olivier de Châtillon-Blois, Count of Penthièvre and Périgord 6. Joan (b. 1399, Bouvres), d. young 7. Anne of Burgundy (1404 – 14 November 1432, Paris), married John, Duke of Bedford 8. Agnes of Burgundy (1407 – 1 December 1476, Château de Moulins), married Charles I, Duke of Bourbon John also had several illegitimate children, including John of Burgundy, Bishop of Cambrai, by his mistress Agnes de Croy, daughter of Jean I de Croÿ, and Willem van...

    1384–1404: Count of Nevers as John I
    27 April 1404–10 September 1419: Duke of Burgundy as John II
    21 March 1405–10 September 1419: Count Palatine of Burgundy as John I
    21 March 1405–10 September 1419: Count of Artois as John I
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    This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911) Encyclopædia Britannica(11th ed.) Cambridge University Press

  5. John the Fearless | Religion-wiki | Fandom

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    Early life

    Born in Dijon, John was the son of Philip the Bold and Margaret III, Countess of Flanders. As heir apparent, he used the title of Count of Nevers from 1384 to 1405, when after his accession he ceded it to his brother Philip. In 1385, John married Margaret of Bavaria, daughter of Albrecht of Bavaria, Count of Holland and Hainaut, to consolidate his position in the Low Countries, after cancelling his engagement with Catherine of France, daughter of king Charles V of France. Before his accession...

    Conflict against Louis of Orléans

    John was invested as duke of Burgundy in 1404 and almost immediately entered into open conflict against Louis of Orléans, younger brother of the increasingly mad Charles VI. Both men attempted to fill the power vacuum left by the demented king. John played a game of marriages, exchanging his daughter Marguerite for Michelle of Valois, who would marry his heir, Philip the Good. He did not overlook, however, the importance of the middle class of merchants and tradesman or the University of Pari...

    Conflict with the Dauphin

    Two years later, John's troops set about the task of gaining Paris. On May 30, 1418, he captured the city, but not before the Dauphin (the traditional name of the heir apparent to the throne of France), the future Charles VII of France, had escaped. John then installed himself in the city and made himself protector of the King. Although not an open ally of the English, John did nothing to prevent the surrender of Rouen in 1419. With the whole of northern France in English hands and Paris occu...

    John and Margaret of Bavaria had the following children: 1. Catherine (1391–1414, Ghent) 2. Marie (1393 – October 30, 1463, Monterberg bei Kalkar). She married Adolph I, Duke of Cleves. They were the great-grandparents of James III of Scotland and Johann III, Duke of Cleves, father of Anne of Cleves who was fourth Queen consort of Henry VIII of England. 3. Marguerite, duchess of Guyenne (1394 – February 2, 1441, Paris), married on August 30, 1404 Louis of Valois the Dauphin (heir of king Charles VI of France), then on October 10, 1422 Arthur de Richemont, the future Duke of Brittany 4. Philip the Good(1396–1467) 5. Isabelle (d. September 18, 1412, Rouvres), married at Arras on July 22, 1406 to Olivier de Châtillon-Blois, Count of Penthièvre and Périgord 6. Jeanne (b. 1399, Bouvres), d. young 7. Anne of Burgundy (1404 – November 14, 1432, Paris), married John, Duke of Bedford 8. Agnes of Burgundy (1407 – December 1, 1476, Château de Moulins), married Charles I, Duke of Bourbon John a...

    1384–1404: Count of Nevers as John I
    27 April 1404–10 September 1419: Duke of Burgundy as John II
    21 March 1405–10 September 1419: Count Palatine of Burgundy as John I
    21 March 1405–10 September 1419: Count of Artois as John I

    This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the public domain.

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    John the Fearless (French: Jean sans Peur, Dutch: Jan zonder Vrees), also known as John of Valois and John I of Burgundy (28 May 1371 – 10 September 1419), was Duke of Burgundy from 1404 to 1419. He was a member of the Burgundian branch of the Valois Dynasty.

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    John the Fearless was head of the Burgundian feudal faction. In 1407, during the rule of Charles VI, the feebleminded king of France (1380–1422), he organized the assassination of his rival, Louis, Duke of Orleans, head of the Armagnacs, in the struggle for power. He subsequently took a leading role in the ruling of France.

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    John the Fearless was head of the Burgundian feudal faction. In 1407, during the rule of Charles VI, the feebleminded king of France (1380–1422), he organized the assassination of his rival, Louis, Duke of Orleans, head of the Armagnacs, in the struggle for power. He subsequently took a leading role in the ruling of France.

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    John the Fearless (French: Jean sans Peur, Dutch: Jan zonder Vrees), also John II, Duke of Burgundy, known as John of Valois and John of Burgundy (28 May 1371 – 10 September 1419), was Duke of Burgundy from 1404 to 1419.

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