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  1. Assassination of the Duke of Burgundy, John the Fearless, on the Bridge of Montereau, in 1419. Facsimile of a miniature in the "Chronicles" of Monstrelet, manuscript of the fifteenth century, in the Library of the Arsenal of Paris.

  2. Children: Philip the Good John earned the moniker Fearless during a crusade he attempted to lead against the Turks in Nikopol in 1396. The crusaders were defeated and John was captured. He was ransomed a year later. At the age of 33 he succeeded his father as duke. During the battle of Agincourt he was noticeaby missing.

  3. Jul 10, 1984 · John the Fearless: Directed by Jef Cassiers. With Jan Decleir, Jef Burm, Jan Pauwels, Dora van der Groen. Sailor Jan/John cleans up his home town plagued by thieves and becomes known as fearless. His jealous cousin tries to scare him, but things end badly. Now an outlaw, John teams up with a local servant to slay a shapeshifting demon. Menu Movies

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    • Jef Cassiers
    • 1984-07-10
  4. John the Fearless (film) - Wikipedia John the Fearless (film) John the Fearless ( Dutch: Jan zonder vrees) is a 1984 animated Belgian 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.

    • Alain Pierre
    • 1984 (in Belgium)
    • Hilda Verboven
    • Jan Decleir, Jef Burm
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    John the Fearless (French language: Jean sans Peur, Dutch language: 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. For a period he was regent for his mentally ill first cousin Charles VI of France and a member of the Valois D...

    Early life Coat of arms of John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy etc. 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,...

    John and Margaret of Bavaria had the following children: Catherine (1391–1414, Ghent) Marie of Burgundy (1393 – 30 October 1463, Monterberg bei Kalkar). She married Adolph I, Duke of Cleves 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 Octo...

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