Lessons at Little Bohemia. Seventy-five years ago, a shootout with John Dillinger and "Baby Face" Nelson in the woods of Wisconsin went horribly wrong.
John of Luxemburg, 1296–1346, king of Bohemia (1310–46). The son of Holy Roman Emperor Henry VII Henry VII, c.1275–1313, Holy Roman emperor (1312–13) and German king (1308–13).
Aug 16, 2016 · John the Blind was the Count of Luxembourg from 1309 and King of Bohemia from 1310 and titular King of Poland.He was the eldest son of the Holy Roman Emperor Henry VII and his wife Margaret of ...
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Mar 20, 2011 · 1393: John of Nepomuk, Bohemian rhapsody. March 20th, 2011 Headsman. This is the date in 1393 when the Catholic patron saint of Bohemia, John of Nepomuk (or John Nepomucene) was tossed from Prague’s Charles Bridge into the Vltava River to drown at the order of the Holy Roman Emperor Wenceslaus.
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SPEED, JOHN. Bohemia. Hand-colored double-page engraved map of the Czech Republic with carte-a-figures and city plan border panels. 16¼x20½ inches sheet size, margins shaved to the neatline, English text on verso; small edge repairs.
This statue stands in tribute to St. John of Nepomuk, who refused to divulge the secrets of the confessional (of the Queen of Bohemia) and was thrown from the Charles Bridge for his troubles.
- Charles Bridge, Prague, Bohemia
Although Wenceslaus upon his father's death retained Bohemia, his younger half-brother Sigismund inherited Brandenburg, while John received the newly established Duchy of Görlitz in Upper Lusatia. The March of Moravia was divided between his cousins Jobst and Procopius, and his uncle Wenceslaus I was made Duke of Luxembourg .
In his early childhood, John Nepomucene was cured of a disease through the prayers of his good parents. In thanksgiving, they consecrated him to the service of God. After he was ordained, he was sent to a parish in the city of Prague. He became a great preacher, and thousands of those who listened ...
St. Ludmila was the daughter of a Slavic prince, she married Duke Borivoy of Bohemia, whom she followed into the Church. They built a church near Prague and tried unsuccessfully to force Christianity on their subjects. On the death of Borivoy, his sons Spytihinev and Ratislav, who had married ...